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CIA Finds New Data but No Weapons in Iraq

U.S. weapons hunters in Iraq have found more evidence Saddam Hussein’s regime had civilian factories able to quickly produce biological and chemical weapons, the CIA’s top weapons inspector told senators Tuesday. But they still have not found any weapons. The CIA’s special adviser on the weapons hunt, Charles Duelfer, said he did not know how much longer the weapons hunt might take. In a closed session with the Senate Armed Services Committee, Duelfer said the Iraq Survey Group has found new evidence that Iraqi scientists flight tested long-range ballistic missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles that “easily exceeded” U.N. limits of 93 miles. Full Story

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