U.S. Shifts Focus on Iraq Weapons Search The Pentagon expands its approach to searching for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, with help from U.S. allies. A senior U.S. military commander in Iraq says the intelligence his forces received on Iraqi arms prior to the war was "wrong." NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.
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U.S. Shifts Focus on Iraq Weapons Search

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U.S. Shifts Focus on Iraq Weapons Search

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U.S. Shifts Focus on Iraq Weapons Search

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The Pentagon expands its approach to searching for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, with help from U.S. allies. A senior U.S. military commander in Iraq says the intelligence his forces received on Iraqi arms prior to the war was "wrong." NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.