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Hunt turns to intelligence

Washington, London and their "coalition of the willing" said they went to war in Iraq to eliminate Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. The former Iraqi president has been captured, but no such weapons have been found. And the man who led the U.S. team scouring Iraq, David Kay, now says "we were all wrong, probably" about the Iraqi threat.

Under political pressure, U.S. President George W. Bush says he will appoint a presidential commission to review prewar intelligence on Iraq. In London, UK Prime Minister Tony Blair also announces the government will set up a committee to review all intelligence on WMD, including Iraq.

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