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Allies, U.N. Inspector Await Bush's 'Evidence' against Iraq

President Bush makes new charges against Iraq in his State of the Union address, saying there's evidence Iraq tried to acquire nuclear materials and has links to terrorists. U.S. allies and U.N. arms inspectors are eager to hear the evidence. Hear from NPR's Tom Gjelten, NPR's Lynn Neary and U.N. chief nuclear weapons inspector Mohamed ElBaradei.

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Lynn Neary is an NPR arts correspondent covering books and publishing.
Tom Gjelten reports on religion, faith, and belief for NPR News, a beat that encompasses such areas as the changing religious landscape in America, the formation of personal identity, the role of religion in politics, and conflict arising from religious differences. His reporting draws on his many years covering national and international news from posts in Washington and around the world.