U.N. Report

NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on the Bush administration's reluctance to give Iraq more time to comply with U.N. demands. France, Germany, Russia, and China are in favor of giving weapons inspectors a few more months to complete their work. Secretary of State Powell said the report reinforces President Bush's position that Iraq is not cooperating fully with inspections.

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