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Iraq Gave Up on Nukes in 1991, Had No WMD -Expert

Iraq abandoned plans to develop nuclear weapons in 1991 and had no usable weapons of mass destruction during last year’s U.S.-led invasion, according to the man who oversaw Saddam Hussein’s nuclear program. “Everything was destroyed such that the program couldn’t be restarted at the time at all and never restarted,” Jafar Dhia Jafar said of Iraq’s nuclear plans on the BBC’s Newsnight program late on Wednesday. Washington and London justified the Iraq war on the basis that Saddam at the very least had biological and chemical weapons and was prepared to use them. Full Story

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