"More than 1,000 additional inspectors are being added to the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, an effort that could still take up to another year," says Global Security Newswire."To date, no nuclear, biological or chemical weapons have been found in Iraq. The newly assembled experts will interview Iraqi scientists and review records in hopes of finding evidence to support the case for war made last year by the Bush administration."
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