United Nations weapons inspectors say materials that could be used to make chemical or biological weapons are missing from 109 Iraqi sites. In a new report, the inspectors say satellite images show the materials, including pipes, valves and pumps, have been removed from the sites since the start of the war. U.N. inspectors have been barred from visiting the country since 2003. Officials say the affected sites include 58 facilities used to produce solid and liquid fuel for missiles. They say much of the so-called dual-use material could be used for legitimate purposes, as well as making weapons. U.N. inspectors have reported finding some of these materials from Iraq in scrapyards in Jordan and a Dutch port.