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Report clears UN chief of corruption allegations

But Annan is faulted for probe's limitations

By Farah Stockman and Joe Lauria
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / March 30, 2005

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UNITED NATIONS -- A UN-commissioned inquiry into allegations of corruption in the United Nations oil-for-food program found no evidence that Secretary General Kofi Annan used his political influence to help a company that employed his son win a $10 million-a-year contract in Iraq. (Full article: 761 words)

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