Iraqis Meet with S. African Disarmament Experts Iraq invites South African weapons experts to Baghdad for talks on disarmament. South Africa began a nuclear program in the 1970s as a deterrent to neighbors opposed to apartheid, but dismantled it in the 1980s. NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Mitchell Reiss of the College of William and Mary.
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Iraqis Meet with S. African Disarmament Experts

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Iraqis Meet with S. African Disarmament Experts

Iraqis Meet with S. African Disarmament Experts

Iraqis Meet with S. African Disarmament Experts

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Iraq invites South African weapons experts to Baghdad for talks on disarmament. South Africa began a nuclear program in the 1970s as a deterrent to neighbors opposed to apartheid, but dismantled it in the 1980s. NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Mitchell Reiss of the College of William and Mary.

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