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U.N. Examines Iraq's Weapons Declaration
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U.N. Examines Iraq's Weapons Declaration

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U.N. Examines Iraq's Weapons Declaration

U.N. Examines Iraq's Weapons Declaration
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U.N. Security Council members are analyzing Iraq's complete, uncensored 12,000-page declaration detailing the status of Baghdad's chemical, biological and nuclear programs. The Bush administration says Iraq has weapons of mass destruction. Iraq says it does not. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.

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