Iraqi Parliament on U.N. plan The Iraqi parliament unanimously rejects the return of U.N. arms inspectors. Meanwhile, U.S. officials say Iraq has ordered a large quantity of an antidote for nerve gas, suggesting Saddam Hussein may be preparing to protect his troops if he uses chemical weapons against the United States. Hear statements from Iraqi lawmakers and NPR's Tom Gjelten.
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Iraqi Lawmakers Reject U.N. Resolution

NPR's Tom Gjelten

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The Iraqi parliament unanimously rejects the return of U.N. arms inspectors. Meanwhile, U.S. officials say Iraq has ordered a large quantity of an antidote for nerve gas, suggesting Saddam Hussein may be preparing to protect his troops if he uses chemical weapons against the United States. Hear statements from Iraqi lawmakers and NPR's Tom Gjelten.