Why Iraq Weapons Inspectors Would Have Daunting Task

The United Nations is poised to repeat the mistakes of the 1990s by sending understaffed, poorly supported weapons inspections teams into Iraq, former U.N. arms inspectors say. To make matters worse, they say the ground rules that replaced theirs would hamper the work even more, with new...

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