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.


Steve Stecklow, investigative reporter, The Wall Street Journal



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