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Iraqi weapons of mass destruction may be hidden in Syria: Israel
Mon Mar 31, 8:43 AM ET
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JERUSALEM (AFP) - Iraqi chemical and biological weapons may be hidden in Syria, a senior Israeli intelligence officer told a parliamentary committee.

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"It is possible Iraq (news - web sites) transferred missiles and weapons of mass destruction into Syria," General Yossi Kupperwasser told the committee.

He said the transfer could be one explanation as to why US-led forces scouring suspect sites in western Iraq had found nothing so far, the radio said Monday.

His remarks came as US Secretary of State Colin Powell (news - web sites) warned both Syria and Iran to stop backing terrorists, two days after another top US official warned them to stay out of the US-led war on Iraq.

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