The search for biological, chemical and nuclear weapons in Iraq officially ended just before Christmas with nothing substantial found, members of the Iraq Survey Group said in interviews this week.
By PBS NewsHour
Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction or the immediate capability of producing them prior to the 2003 Iraq War, the chief U.S. weapons inspector for Iraq said in a report released Wednesday.
President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair unexpectedly announced that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi had admitted seeking unconventional weapons, but would join international treaties on nuclear, biological and chemical arms.
United Nations analysts have begun poring over the 12,000-page dossier that Iraq claims proves it is free of weapons of mass destruction. Iraq submitted the U.N.-ordered document over the weekend.
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