- Newsmaker: Iraq Accepts UN Resolution
Despite yesterday-s unanimous disapproval by its parliament, Iraq-s government has sent the UN a letter agreeing to the resumption of weapons inspections. Iraq-s ambassador to the UN responded to reporters- questions by denying that his country has any weapons of mass destruction. Carola Hoyos, UN correspondent for Britain-s Financial Times, has the details and dangers of today-s announcement.
- Reporter's Notebook: Bin Laden Audiotape Raises New Questions
Since September 11, there-s been speculation whether bin Laden is alive or dead. Now, experts reportedly have agreed that bin Laden made the recent audio tape being aired on Arabic-language TV station al-Jazeera. The tape threatens the US and its allies. Abdel Monem Said Aly, director of the El Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies in Cairo, reports on the tape-s impact in the Arab world.
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