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(From Agence France Presse)
UN arms inspectors pursued the hunt for banned weapons of mass destruction at seven sites in Iraq, as US officials prepared for a major military buildup in the Gulf.
The inspectors counted the number of missile engines at the suspect sites, inspectors said, which included the headquarters of Iraqi military industrialization organization Al-Nida, located south of the capital.
US warplanes flattened the al-Nida site in 1993 and 1998 on suspicions it had a role in nuclear weapons programs.
A total of 110 inspectors are now involved in the hunt for Iraq's weapons since inspections restarted November 25.
UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix is due to present a first report on the inspections …