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U.S. Inspector: Hunt for Iraqi Arms 'Going Well'
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U.S. Inspector: Hunt for Iraqi Arms 'Going Well'

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U.S. Inspector: Hunt for Iraqi Arms 'Going Well'

U.S. Inspector: Hunt for Iraqi Arms 'Going Well'
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David Kay, a key CIA adviser heading the hunt for weapons in Iraq, tells members of the Senate Armed Services Committee that the search team is making "solid progress," but warns that results may not come soon. Kay says senior Iraqi scientists are cooperating in the search, contradicting a Washington Post report. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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