Hans Blix, the former chief United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq, was testifying Tuesday before Britain's inquiry into the Iraq war.
By confessing that he would still have joined the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq even if he had known Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has whooshed himself straight back into the headlines.
Former U.N. Chief Weapons Inspector Hans Blix takes questions from Amanpour viewers.
Iran can't convince the world it doesn't want nuclear weapons as long as it is producing nuclear fuel on an industrial scale, former U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix said Wednesday.
Will Ferrell turned one of Ireland's most esteemed college debating societies into a laugh romp Wednesday night, according to Irish newspaper reports.
The United Nations' top two weapons experts said Sunday that the invasion of Iraq a year ago was not justified by the evidence in hand at the time.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair has warned of the "real" threat of international terrorism and how it has to be confronted at all costs.
As a row over allegations Britain spied on the United Nations flares up, former chief U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix says he suspected his home and office were bugged by the United States.
It was August 1990 when George Herbert Walker Bush met with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Aspen. Saddam Hussein had just swallowed Kuwait, and Bush was buffeted by conflicting views a...
HANS BLIX, 61, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency at the U.N., on the prospects for revived interest in nuclear power: ''Every year takes us further from Chernobyl and closer to the gre...