Tomorrow, representatives of the United Nations will arrive in Iraq to jump start the long-delayed process of combing the country for weapons of mass destruction. Host Liane Hansen speaks with David Kay, chief nuclear weapons inspector for the U.N. from 1991 to 1992.
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