Thursday, April 21, 2005

Two Resign Over U.N. Oil-for-Food Inquiry

New York Times reports that two investigators in the "Oil-for-Food" probe have resigned because they think the final report played kissy face with Kofi: "Two investigators with the committee studying corruption in the oil-for-food program have resigned in protest, asserting that a report that cleared Kofi Annan of meddling in the $64 billion operation was too soft on the secretary general, a panel member said Wednesday."
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