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What U.N. Inspectors Can Learn The U.N. inspectors now in Iraq have the latest forensic equipment and the experience of the last round of inspections to help them. But as NPR's Christopher Joyce reports it still won't be an easy job to find out the truth about Saddam's arsenal of weapons.