Security Council on Iraq The U.N. Security Council prepares to address humanitarian needs, sanctions and political restructuring in postwar Iraq. A State Department official says the United States plans to introduce a new resolution urging the lifting of U.N. sanctions, but some countries have suggested they should remain in place until the U.N. verifies Iraq has no weapons of mass destruction. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.
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Security Council to Discuss Postwar Iraq

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Security Council to Discuss Postwar Iraq

Security Council to Discuss Postwar Iraq

Security Council to Discuss Postwar Iraq

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The U.N. Security Council prepares to address humanitarian needs, sanctions and political restructuring in postwar Iraq. A State Department official says the United States plans to introduce a new resolution urging the lifting of U.N. sanctions, but some countries have suggested they should remain in place until the U.N. verifies Iraq has no weapons of mass destruction. Hear NPR's Vicky O'Hara.

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