The latest news on weapons
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Worried that terrorists could acquire the missiles, U.S. diplomats are trying to reduce stockpiles.
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U.S. military officials blame Iran for providing weapons and training for Iraqi Shiite extremists.
As U.S. News reported in December, Hezbollah in Lebanon has been busy rearming since its 34-day war with Israel in August 2006. The Associated Press reported today that Israel recently told the United Nations that Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite movement designated a terrorist group by the United States, now has an arsenal that includes 10,000 long-range rockets and 20,000 short-range rockets in southern Lebanon.
Behind long-awaited action, U.S. frustration at the "snail's pace" of diplomacy.
Calling the Bush administration's reaction to emergency rule in Pakistan inadequate, Sen. Joseph Biden, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said that he is considering suspending sales of major weapons systems to Pakistan.