The much-awaited U.N. weapons inspectors' report on Iraq yesterday threw into high relief the divisions between major powers on whether and when to launch a war against Baghdad over its suspected banned weapons. The United States and Britain reiterated their demands that pressure must be maintained on President Saddam Hussein, including the threat of war, while France, China and Russia led the drive to allow inspectors more time.


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