New Inspector Skeptical of WMD The CIA names former U.N. weapons inspector Charles Duelfer to replace retiring chief U.S. inspector David Kay in the continuing hunt for banned weapons in Iraq. Before the U.S. invaded Iraq in March, Duelfer said there was strong evidence that Iraq had so-called weapons of mass destruction. Last fall, however, he was skeptical about that assessment. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.
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New WMD Inspection Chief Skeptical of Iraq Arms Claims

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New WMD Inspection Chief Skeptical of Iraq Arms Claims

New WMD Inspection Chief Skeptical of Iraq Arms Claims

New WMD Inspection Chief Skeptical of Iraq Arms Claims

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The CIA names former U.N. weapons inspector Charles Duelfer to replace retiring chief U.S. inspector David Kay in the continuing hunt for banned weapons in Iraq. Before the U.S. invaded Iraq in March, Duelfer said there was strong evidence that Iraq had so-called weapons of mass destruction. Last fall, however, he was skeptical about that assessment. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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