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Where in the world is the former Iraqi Information Minister?

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CIA: Mr. President, please tell our Defense Secretary to stop searching for the former Iraqi Information Minister because he is no longer in Iraq.

Bush: What? Where is he? And how did he get away?

CIA: We have just confirmed that he has been hosting SARS press conferences in Beijing for the Chinese government since April, and he just announced, "Beijing has already put 15,000 persons in quarantine; but Shanghai, as the most populous city in China, only has two SARS cases..."

Bush: Huh?

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