Five-and-a-half months after President Bush declared that Saddam Hussein was buying uranium in Africa;four months after documents supporting the assertion were shown to be fakes;one day after a former ambassador investigating the African uranium claim said that the Bush administration "twisted" intelligence about Iraq's nuclear ambitions;and a few hours after White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said that there was "zero, nada, nothing new" in the ambassador's revelations,the Bush administration finally admitted that its allegation of an Iraqi nuclear shooping spree in Africa is bogus.
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