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Probe finds no illicit Iraq arms

Program halted after Gulf War, inspector says

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 7, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Iraq did not maintain an active program to develop weapons of mass destruction after the 1991 Persian Gulf War and had no chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons when the United States invaded last year, the chief US weapons inspector in Iraq concluded yesterday. (Full Article: 1214 Words)

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