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Iraq: Several Hundred Tons of Explosives Disappear

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Iraq: Several Hundred Tons of Explosives Disappear

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Iraq: Several Hundred Tons of Explosives Disappear

Iraq: Several Hundred Tons of Explosives Disappear

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The International Atomic Energy Agency says hundreds of tons of Iraqi high explosives it had placed under seal have disappeared. Experts say the dual-use explosives could be used in car bombs or could detonate a nuclear weapon. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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