Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei make some headway during their two-day trip to Baghdad. Iraq, threatened with the possibility of a bad report from the U.N. weapons inspectors, steps up its promises of cooperation. In fact, Baghdad now says it will form its own teams to search for banned weapons in Iraq.

Guest preview: We ask foreign affairs ananlyst Mansoor Ijaz about an Indian company allegedly selling dual use technology to Iraq.

Plus:

• President Bush marks Martin Luther King Day with a visit to a largely African-American church, where he says "there is still work to do" to fulfill the assassinated civil rights leader's dream of equality in America.

• British police with battering rams raid a mosque suspected of being a center of Islamic radicalism, arresting seven alleged terrorists in a search linked to the recent discovery of the deadly poison ricin.

• A Russian diplomat proposing a plan to resolve North Korea's confrontation with the United States reportedly meets with Northern leader Kim Jong Il to discuss the offer.

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