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U.S. Names Under Scrutiny in Iraq Oil for Food Inquiry

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U.S. Names Under Scrutiny in Iraq Oil for Food Inquiry

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U.S. Names Under Scrutiny in Iraq Oil for Food Inquiry

U.S. Names Under Scrutiny in Iraq Oil for Food Inquiry

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American individuals and corporations are under scrutiny for allegedly receiving vouchers for oil from Saddam Hussein while Iraq was under sanctions. The vouchers were a way for Saddam's regime to take advantage of the United Nation's oil-for-food program in Iraq. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Eric Lipton of The New York Times.

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