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Britain Accused of Spying on Annan

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Britain Accused of Spying on Annan

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Britain Accused of Spying on Annan

Britain Accused of Spying on Annan

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British Prime Minister Tony Blair labels as "deeply irresponsible" allegations that U.K. intelligence agents spied on U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan. Former Blair cabinet minister Clare Short told the BBC she read transcripts of secretly recorded conversations Annan had at the United Nations prior to the war in Iraq. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and the BBC's David Bamford.

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