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British Arms Specialist's Death Seen as Suicide

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British Arms Specialist's Death Seen as Suicide

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British Arms Specialist's Death Seen as Suicide

British Arms Specialist's Death Seen as Suicide

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The death of British intelligence specialist David Kelly appears to be a suicide, with the cause of death listed as bleeding from a slash on his left wrist. He was tied to discredited reports that Saddam Hussein's regime sought to buy uranium in Africa as part of a nuclear weapons effort. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and British defense analyst Timothy Garden.