U.N. Talks with Iraq The U.N.'s chief weapons inspectors begin a new round of talks in Iraq, while President Bush reasserts that with or without U.N. support, the U.S. will "take whatever action is necessary" to "disarm the Iraqi regime." U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan urges no "unilateral action" on Iraq. NPR's Anne Garrells reports.

U.N. Arms Inspectors Begin More Talks with Iraq

U.N. Talks with Iraq

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The U.N.'s chief weapons inspectors begin a new round of talks in Iraq, while President Bush reasserts that with or without U.N. support, the U.S. will "take whatever action is necessary" to "disarm the Iraqi regime." U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan urges no "unilateral action" on Iraq. NPR's Anne Garrells reports.