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U.S. Panel Vetting WMD Intelligence Starts with Iraq

A commission set up by President Bush will begin examining the quality of U.S. intelligence on weapons of mass destruction next week with a look at claims that triggered the war against Iraq, a spokesman said on Thursday. The bipartisan commission, headed by former Virginia governor and senator Charles Robb, a Democrat, and appeals court judge Laurence Silberman, a Republican, will compare prewar intelligence about weapons in Iraq with on-site investigations since then, which have so far failed to find evidence of a WMD program. Future sessions will also examine the quality of intelligence on WMD in countries such as Libya or in the hands of militant groups. Full Story

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