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LONDON-Colin Powell, the former Secretary Of State under President George W. Bush has called on the CIA and the Pentagon to answer questions about how they passed false information regarding weapons of mass destruction that was used during his speech to the U.N. The American Foreign Press reports:

“It has been known for several years that the source called Curveball was totally unreliable,” Powell told the British newspaper.

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“The question should be put to the CIA and the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) as to why this wasn’t known before the false information was put into the (report) sent to Congress, the president’s state of the union address and my 5 February presentation to the UN.”

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