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"Disclosing the biological weapons arsenal is significant, but it may not be enough," says Defense correspondent Mark Thompson ofSaddam Hussein's newfound honesty.Now that the Iraqi leader has admitted to U.N. officials that he harbored agerm warfare programthroughout the Gulf War, Thompson says, "we know he doesn't have any weapons of mass destruction, but he still uses AK-47s on the Kurds in the north and the Shiites in the south." International attention, he adds, is now focused squarely on whether the U.S. will permit lifting crippling economic sanctions against Iraq.