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Thursday, November 19, 1998 Published at 00:11 GMT


Saddam's arsenal 'always moving'



An Iraqi defector has alleged on the BBC's Hardtalk programme that the Iraqi regime is continuing to hide weapons from UN weapons inspectors.

Abbas al-Janabi defected in February this year after working for 15 years as an aide to Saddam Hussein's feared son Uday.


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 Uday's men tied me down and pulled a tooth with pliers


 I have seen four people killed by Uday


 Saddam Hussein is hiding weapons


 I think Saddam Hussein would use biological weapons


 There is a smuggling operation through Turkey and Iran


 I hope Saddam Hussein will be overthrown


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