Iraq Intelligence

March 29, 2005 3:00 AM

Old problems dog new intelligence gathering, panel concludes

A presidential commission that's investigating U.S. intelligence failures in Iraq has concluded that many of the same weaknesses that plagued American efforts to investigate Saddam Hussein's regime are preventing the United States from collecting accurate intelligence on Iran's and North Korea's nuclear programs.

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