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Libya to Abandon Weapons Ambitions

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Libya to Abandon Weapons Ambitions

Libya to Abandon Weapons Ambitions

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Libya admits to developing weapons of mass destruction, but it has agreed to dismantle them and allow international inspections. At the White House, President Bush says the agreement came after months of private negotiations between the United States, Britain and Libya. He praised Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi for taking "essential steps." Hear NPR's Michele Norris and NPR's Don Gonyea.

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