Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Ending a four-year absence, U.N. weapons inspectors return to Iraq to resume the task of searching for Saddam Hussein's possible weapons of mass destruction.

Plus:

• An Israeli-Arab man who tried to storm the cockpit of an Israeli jetliner tells interrogators he wanted to crash the plane into a Tel Aviv building in a Sept. 11-like attack.

• Israeli helicopters and tanks fire on the main Palestinian security compound in Gaza City, demolishing several buildings that the army said were used to make weapons and seizing grenades and missiles.

• North Korea's state-run radio reports for the first time that the communist country has nuclear weapons, but South Korean officials doubt the credibility of the report.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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