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  Report could decide on war with Iraq
Updated 14 February 2003, 08.28
Members of the 82nd Airborne Division board a plane for Kuwait
A report out later today could decide once and for all whether the US and UK go to war with Iraq.

Chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix is to present the UN with the details of what has been found in Iraq.

He's expected to say they've found no evidence of weapons of mass destruction.

Disarm by force

Hans Blix
But if he says Iraq is still not co-operating properly, the US and UK will probably demand military action.

The two countries want Iraq disarmed, by force if necessary.

But France, Germany and Russia say the inspectors need more time.

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