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Spain Decides Against an Intelligence Inquiry

The Spanish government, one of the staunchest supporters of the war in Iraq, said Wednesday that it would not investigate possible intelligence flaws on the existence of unconventional weapons there. Spanish opposition leaders stepped up calls for such an inquiry after both President Bush and the British prime minister, Tony Blair, announced that they would set up independent investigations on their governments’ prewar intelligence. But on national radio on Wednesday, the deputy prime minister, Rodrigo Rato, said that Spain, unlike the United States and Britain, did not support the war because of its own military intelligence. Full Story

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