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Blair Says May Not Find Iraq WMD, Defends Bush Ties

Britain’s Tony Blair admitted on Tuesday that biological and chemical weapons, which he once insisted Saddam Hussein had primed for use, may never be found. In parliamentary testimony, the prime minister also insisted he had exerted real influence over Washington’s approach to post-war Iraq and defended his close ties with President Bush. “We know Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction but we know we haven’t found them,” Blair said. “I have to accept we have not found them, that we may not find them.” Full Story

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