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Hans Blix: Issues With Iraq Still Unresolved
Aired February 10, 2003 - 06:35 ET
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CAROL COSTELLO, CNN ANCHOR: We have some breaking news for you, too, this morning. These last few days have been hectic ones for top inspectors, Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei. The two spent the weekend in Baghdad, and Iraq gave the inspectors 24 new documents, including information about anthrax, long-range missiles and the nerve agent, VX.
Our Richard Roth is on the plane with Blix -- he's still on it -- as it left Baghdad earlier today.
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HANS BLIX, CHIEF U.N. WEAPONS INSPECTOR: Of course, we are aware that they can be (UNINTELLIGIBLE). The minders are coming with us all of the time. So, one has to be -- we are dealing with something that has been a secret on our side, like where do we go? What sites do we go to? Well, that is a very confidential matter, and (UNINTELLIGIBLE) not to have leakages.
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