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Libyan arms renunciation to change global geopolitical map: analysts

Libya’s renunciation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons heralds possible global geopolitical changes, with Syria’s arsenal foremost in US sights and Arabs insisting Israel must relinquish nuclear arms, analysts said. “We welcome the Libyan decision,” said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. “Israel must also eliminate its weapons of mass destruction.” Fighting for international acceptance and an end to crippling trade sanctions, Libyan officials in Vienna met earlier with the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohamed El Baradei, to discuss inspections of its nuclear capabilities. The Libyan decision shook up President George W. Bush’s list of so-called rogue states, which listed Libya along with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, Syria, Cuba, Iran and North Korea. Full Story

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