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U.N. Oil for Food

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U.N. Oil for Food

U.N. Oil for Food

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As more details emerge over the workings of the United Nations' Oil for Food program, calls increase for more investigation — and possible criminal charges. The program that was meant to help Iraq's poorest citizens survive international sanctions was reportedly rife with corruption and loopholes.

Guest:

Steve Stecklow, investigative reporter, The Wall Street Journal