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Questioned about reports, citing European intelligence officials, suggesting that several countries, including Iraq, had been trying to acquire uranium from Niger, the PMOS said that this story was three days old. In any event, since it concerned intelligence matters, it was better to wait for the conclusions of the Butler Report before commenting. Asked if he was indicating that the Niger issue was expected to feature in the Report, the PMOS said that that was entirely a matter for the Butler Inquiry.

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