IAEA Hopes to Probe Possible Looting at Iraqi Plants
The IAEA calls on the Bush administration to allow its teams to return to Iraq to investigate reports of widespread looting of Iraqi nuclear facilities. An IAEA spokeswoman says the agency is concerned despite assurances by U.S. officials that the facilities are secure. Meanwhile, concern over unexploded cluster bombs in Iraq mounts. Hear Michael Weisskopf of Time magazine.
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