THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
DISARMING IRAQIS

Big response to weapon buyback

Black market still worries US organizers

By Vivienne Walt
Globe Correspondent / May 23, 2004

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BAGHDAD -- Sajad Hussein Khadum had eyed the large weapons cache for more than a year, since Saddam Hussein's defeated soldiers abandoned their small military base near Khadum's home in the final days of the war last year. His golden moment came last week, when he heard from friends that US soldiers were offering Iraqis money to turn in arms. (Full Article: 1072 Words)

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