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Congress Gets New Iraq Weapons Report

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Congress Gets New Iraq Weapons Report

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Congress Gets New Iraq Weapons Report

Congress Gets New Iraq Weapons Report

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Charles Duelfer, who replaced David Kay as the CIA's chief weapons inspector in Iraq, reports his team has found "dual-use facilities and ongoing research" that could produce biological or chemical agents, but no weapons stockpiles. In reporting to Congress, Duelfer described the difficulty of getting Iraqi scientists to discuss their work. Hear NPR's Michele Norris and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.