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Syria denies harboring banned weapons or exporting fighters to Iraq

Syria denied again that it harbored any alleged Iraqi weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) or that fighters were infiltrating into Iraq across its border to attack US-led forces there. “Accusations leveled at Syria (in respect to Iraqi weapons) are unfounded … (In any event), I have not heard a US official making such charges against Syria,” Prime Minister Mohammad Naji Otri told Dubai-based Al-Arabiya satellite TV about claims that part of Iraq’s prohibited arms had been moved to Syria. Syrian Information Minister Ahmad al-Hassan had on Sunday strongly denied a claim by the former head of the US-led coalition’s search for alleged Iraqi WMDs that parts had been moved to Syria in the run-up to the war that toppled Iraqi president Saddam Hussein last April. Full Story

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