In Baghdad NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Baghdad that President Saddam Hussein is once again trying to revise an agreement reached with the United Nations, this time he is balking at renewing the oil-for-food agreement he reached six months ago because he doesn't like the UN-imposed controls on how he distributes the food and medicines bought with the proceeds of regulated oil sales.

In Baghdad

In Baghdad

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NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Baghdad that President Saddam Hussein is once again trying to revise an agreement reached with the United Nations, this time he is balking at renewing the oil-for-food agreement he reached six months ago because he doesn't like the UN-imposed controls on how he distributes the food and medicines bought with the proceeds of regulated oil sales.