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U.S. Investigates Missing Iraq Weapons
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U.S. Investigates Missing Iraq Weapons

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U.S. Investigates Missing Iraq Weapons

U.S. Investigates Missing Iraq Weapons
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Several hundred tons of explosives remain missing from a military installation south of Baghdad. There are questions about whether the explosives were missing before or after U.S. troops arrived in the area, and why the U.S. did not do more to secure the facility from looting. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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