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Oil-Food Report Criticizes Annan's Son

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Oil-Food Report Criticizes Annan's Son

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Oil-Food Report Criticizes Annan's Son

Oil-Food Report Criticizes Annan's Son

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A report released today by the panel investigating corruption in the UN's Oil for Food program strongly criticizes the Secretary-General's son, Kojo Annan, for obscuring his relationship with one of the program's contractors.

Guest:

Steve Stecklow, investigative reporter, The Wall Street Journal

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