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Criticism Builds Against World Bank's Wolfowitz

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Criticism Builds Against World Bank's Wolfowitz

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Criticism Builds Against World Bank's Wolfowitz

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Paul Wolfowitz is still president of the World Bank, despite calls for his resignation, but a special World Bank panel has found he violated ethics rules. Wolfowitz got in trouble after arranging a pay package for his girlfriend. Washington Post reporter Peter Goodman talks to Alex Cohen.

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