Wolfowitz Rejects Calls to Resign from World Bank

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Embattled World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz says he will not resign. He made the declaration Monday while telling a bank committee that he believes he's fit to keep his post.

Wolfowitz has apologized for arranging a raise for a bank employee who also is his girlfriend.



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