American forces have begun searching for Saddam's storehouses of chemical and biological weapons. But with months to prepare for their arrival, the soldiers are unlikely to find Iraqi toxic stockpiles any time soon.Troops from the Army's 3rd Infantry Division are scouring a suspected chemical plant in Najaf, south of Baghdad. And they're pressing two Iraqi generals for information about weapons of mass destruction. In western Iraq, American special operations forces found documentsthat also could lead to chemical or biological weapons facilities," according to the Associated Press.AFP reports that "the Pentagon said late Sunday that reports of allied forces having discovered a 'huge' chemical weapons factory in central Iraq were 'premature.'"THERE'S MORE: No chemicals at all were found at the Najaf site, NBC reports. According to CNN, Pentagon officials now believe the plant there was abandoned long ago.

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