U.N. Oil-for-Food Probe Critical of Annan An investigation of the United Nations' oil for food program finds that Secretary-General Kofi Annan did not influence the awarding of a contract to a company that employed his son, Kojo. But the investigation also concluded Annan had not inquired sufficiently into his son's involvement with the company.
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U.N. Oil-for-Food Probe Critical of Annan

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U.N. Oil-for-Food Probe Critical of Annan

U.N. Oil-for-Food Probe Critical of Annan

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An investigation of the United Nations' oil for food program finds that Secretary-General Kofi Annan did not influence the awarding of a contract to a company that employed his son, Kojo. But the investigation also concluded Annan had not inquired sufficiently into his son's involvement with the company.

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