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Iraq Journal: An Exclusive Look Inside An Iraqi Factory That the U.S. Claims Is Part of a Covert Nuclear Weapons Program

October 11, 2002
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Democracy Now! broadcasts the second installment of our exclusive "Iraq Journal" series a groundbreaking coalition of independent journalists and activists on the ground in Iraq.

Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill and filmmaker Jacquie Soohen filed this report from inside a factory that the Bush administration says is part of a covert Iraqi nuclear weapons program.

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  • Democracy Now! correspondent Jeremy Scahill

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