Iraq's Hidden Arsenal
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- The six year search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has been marked by fits and starts and lingering suspicions. And if history is a guide, the new agreement to allow those U.N. inspections to continue without limits faces a stiff challenge. The newly minted deal to allow unfettered U.N. weapons inspections in Iraq still faces a considerable test: how the accord's details will be worked out on ground; by the inspectors themselves and by Iraqi officials who monitor their activities. If history is a guide, the "working relationship" between the two will continue to be marked by fits and starts.
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