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U.N. Arms Team Seeks More Time in Iraq

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U.N. Arms Team Seeks More Time in Iraq

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U.N. Arms Team Seeks More Time in Iraq

U.N. Arms Team Seeks More Time in Iraq

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The U.S. faces pressure from U.N. weapons inspectors and other nations to postpone the start of any military action against Iraq. The International Atomic Energy Agency points out that U.N. resolutions give timelines of "somewhere between six and 12 months" for inspections. NPR's Mike Shuster reports.

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