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Iraqi Envoy Accuses UN's Annan of Aiding U.S.

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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iraqi U.N. Ambassador Mohammed Aldouri on Friday accused U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan of helping the United States attack his country by offering to take over the oil-for-food program and by withdrawing peacekeepers from Kuwait.

Aldouri said Annan was doing the bidding of the United States and Britain in violation of the U.N. Charter by withdrawing international staff and suggesting alternative ways to get humanitarian relief to Iraqis through the use of oil revenues.

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