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Libyan Move Seen as Bid to Regain Favor in West

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Libyan Move Seen as Bid to Regain Favor in West

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Libyan Move Seen as Bid to Regain Favor in West

Libyan Move Seen as Bid to Regain Favor in West

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Libya has agreed to open its weapons programs for inspections as part of an ongoing effort to get back into the good graces of the United States and other western powers. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Megan Stack of the Los Angeles Times.

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