IRAQ'S nuclear weapons programme has "been pounded into the ground by bombs, inspections and disruptions," says Robert Kelly, the leader of an International Atomic Energy Agency inspection team.
Kelly said there was no point in keeping UN sanctions against Iraq in place solely for dismantling the country's nuclear programme because "from a technical point of view, we don't think there is much left to find".
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