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Powell's Evidence of Iraqi Bio Weapons Seen as Old News

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Powell's Evidence of Iraqi Bio Weapons Seen as Old News

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Powell's Evidence of Iraqi Bio Weapons Seen as Old News

Powell's Evidence of Iraqi Bio Weapons Seen as Old News

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Secretary of State Colin Powell's detailed account of Iraqi biological weapons is not impressing some close observers, who say most of the evidence presented is not new. French officials insist the question is not whether Saddam Hussein has such weapons, but whether he will use them. NPR's Christopher Joyce reports.

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