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Byline: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Britain, stung by suggestions that the U.S. may go by itself in attacking Iraq, set out disarmament conditions Wednesday that it hopes the United Nations will embrace in a new resolution.
Foreign Office Minister Mike O'Brien, who briefed Labor Party officials, said the "benchmarks" in a new draft resolution include:
** A television appearance by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in which he renounces weapons of mass destruction.
** Iraq to let 30 key weapons scientists travel to Cyprus to be interviewed by U.N. inspectors.
** Destruction "forthwith" of 10,000 liters of anthrax and other chemical and biological weapons …