Libya Abandons its Nuclear Weapons Program United Nations weapons inspectors prepare to head to Libya next week -- NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Herman Cohen, former assistant secretary of state for African affairs, about Libya's turn away from its nuclear weapons program.
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Libya Abandons its Nuclear Weapons Program

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Libya Abandons its Nuclear Weapons Program

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Libya Abandons its Nuclear Weapons Program

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United Nations weapons inspectors prepare to head to Libya next week — NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Herman Cohen, former assistant secretary of state for African affairs, about Libya's turn away from its nuclear weapons program.