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Troubled Region Sees a Disarming Trend

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Troubled Region Sees a Disarming Trend

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Troubled Region Sees a Disarming Trend

Troubled Region Sees a Disarming Trend

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Chief U.N. weapons inspector Mohamed El-Baradei praises Libya for agreeing to abandon efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction. Recently, Iran also consented to aggressive international inspections of its nuclear energy program. Some analysts say diplomatic momentum on regional disarmament is building. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.

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