US government stops looking for weapons of mass destruction
Thursday, January 13, 2005
Ahead of next month's publication of the Iraq Survey Group's final report, US intelligence officials have announced that the search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq is over.
The 1,700 members of the Iraq Survey Group (ISG) will be transferred to counter-insurgency tasks.
- "U.S. quietly ends official hunt for WMD in Iraq" — , January 13, 2005
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