United Nations weapons inspectors searched at least three sites around Baghdad on Sunday, looking for evidence of weapons of mass destruction.
Inspection teams visited the headquarters of the Iraqi customs service in Baghdad, and two businesses outside the capital.
More than 100 U-N inspectors are now in Iraq searching for banned nuclear, chemical, biological and ballistic weapons.
Earlier today, Iraqi fire-fighters were called to the U-N inspectors' headquarters (at the Canal hotel) after reports of an electrical short circuit at the facility. There are no reports anyone was hurt, or that any serious damage was caused by the reported electrical problem.
U-S Secretary of State Colin Powell said Sunday President Bush has made no decision on using military force against Iraq, and will wait for the findings of the U-N inspectors.
On Saturday, Iraqi officials turned over to the United Nations a list of more than 500 scientists with knowledge of Baghdad's weapons programs. The list is a key U-N demand for Baghdad to prove it has no banned weapons.
U-N arms inspectors have already interviewed at least two Iraqi scientists in the effort to check whether the weapons programs are still in progress.
Iraq insists it no longer has such weapons, and has no intentions of building them.