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Weapons Inspectors Revisit Iraqi Vaccine Factory

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Weapons Inspectors Revisit Iraqi Vaccine Factory

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Weapons Inspectors Revisit Iraqi Vaccine Factory

Weapons Inspectors Revisit Iraqi Vaccine Factory

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Morning Edition host Bob Edwards talks with Washington Post reporter Rajiv Chandrasekaran about the continuing U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq. On Thursday, inspectors went back to an animal vaccine factory they first inspected in 1996, but reportedly found no new activity.

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