Updated 2/15/02: Far from reporting to the Security Council yesterday that Iraq was refusing to co-operate, UN Inspector Hans Blix instead said that Saddam Hussein appeared to be becoming more co-operative. In addition, Unknowncountry.com has learned that the US will not be fully prepared to execute its war plan until at least another three to four weeks have passed.
This means that there will be ample time for more diplomacy and a settled solution to the crisis that insures that Iraq does not have weapons of mass destruction.
The US Office of Homeland Security did not reduce the terror alert level, however, and both government pronouncements and media coverage led to a heightened leve of fear in the US.
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