Tussle for Documents in Oil-for-Food Probe

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Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, leader of an independent panel investigating allegations of corruption in the Iraqi oil-for-food program managed by the United Nations, says his team must be given full access to documents in Baghdad. But the panel is only one of several investigations underway, and questions have arisen over which group should have the documents first. NPR's Vicky O'Hara reports.

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