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An inquiry into the oil-for-food program scandal draws links to therelatives of former UN chief Boutros Boutros-Ghali. (The Age — 6 February, 2005)
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The man in charge of the-oil-for food program for the United Nations made illicit oil deals with Iraq and “violated standards of integrity,” according to an initial investigative report released Thursday. (CNN — 4 February, 2005)
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Ex-chief’s family linked to scandal
Ex-chief’s family linked to scandal

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Friday he was “shocked” by an initial investigative report that found the man in charge of the U.N. oil-for-food program made illicit oil deals. (CNN — 5 February, 2005)
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U.N. chief Kofi Annan is taking disciplinary action against two officials who worked on Iraq’s oil-for-food program, a U.N. official said, �after a new report revealed evidence of misconduct and persistent conflicts of interest in the program. (MSNBC — 4 February, 2005)
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The former director of the U.N. oil-for-food program had serious conflicts of interest that violated the integrity of the world body. (Washington Post — 4 February, 2005)
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UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is taking disciplinary actionagainst the head of the oil-for-food program in Iraq and another UNofficial criticised in an investigation of alleged corruption inthe humanitarian program. (Australian Financial Review — 4 February, 2005)
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The former head of the program had violated the U.N. charter by helping a company run by a friend to gain contracts to sell Iraqi oil. (New York Times — 4 February, 2005)
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UN officials mismanaged contracts in the oil-for-food program for Iraq and the director of the operation had an irreconcilable conflict of interest in selecting buyers of oil the head of a key inv (ABC News — 4 February, 2005)
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Report alleges that Benon Sevan’s management of the $64 billion program made it vulnerable to corruption (Washington Post — 3 February, 2005)
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The Cypriot-born diplomat who allegedly corrupted the UN’s oil-for-food program by doing secret deals with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq could be prosecuted under state laws in New York. (The Australian — 7 February, 2005)
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An interim report on the oil-for-food program in Iraq depicts it as “tainted” for failing to follow the U.N.’s own procedures. (New York Times — 4 February, 2005)
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The political fallout following the investigative report on the corruption within the UN’s oil-for-food program continues. (Aljazeera — 6 February, 2005)
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Documents obtained by CNN reveal the United States knew about, and even condoned, embargo-breaking oil sales by Saddam Hussein’s regime, and did so to shore up alliances with Iraq’s neighbors. (CNN — 3 February, 2005)
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U.S. and others are said to have acquiesced in Iraqi oil transactions outside approved U.N. program. (Washington Post — 3 February, 2005)
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