Iraq Blasts Palace Inspection An Iraqi official says a visit by U.N. arms inspectors to one of Saddam Hussein's palaces was unjustified. Meanwhile, some say that if no clear evidence of weapons is found in Iraq, the United States faces a challenge in persuading other governments of the need for military action. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels and Tom Gjelten.

Iraq Criticizes U.N. Inspection of Presidential Palace

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An Iraqi official says a visit by U.N. arms inspectors to one of Saddam Hussein's palaces was unjustified. Meanwhile, some say that if no clear evidence of weapons is found in Iraq, the United States faces a challenge in persuading other governments of the need for military action. Hear NPR's Anne Garrels and Tom Gjelten.

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