As the US confronts Iran over its nuclear program, many Americans can’t help but flash back to 2003, when Colin Powell made a compelling case before the UN that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Is the uproar over Iran’s Qum facility the same kind of smoke and mirrors, asks the New York Times. Not exactly. This time, the White House isn’t beating the war drums, and there is less dispute over the facts...
...This satellite image shows a facility under construction inside a mountain located about 20 miles north northeast of Qom, Iran. (AP Photo/GeoEye Satellite Image, IHS Jane's Analysis)
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