NPR's Michele Kelemen reports the U.N. Security Council is preparing to receive what is purportedly an exhaustive account of Iraq's nuclear, chemical, biological and missile programs. Baghdad is to dispatch the document tomorrow. U.N. officials say it could take weeks to analyze the report. The Iraqi government says it will contain no new information about weapons of mass destruction.
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