NPR's Kate Seelye in Baghdad reports an Iraqi chicken farmer is demanding an apology and compensation from U.N. weapons inspectors who, he alleges, damaged his farm south of Baghdad during a search for banned weapons. The farmer says he plans to file suit. He was brought to Baghdad today by the Iraqi Information Ministry to meet with foreign reporters.
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