Sunday, April 15, 2007

U.S., U.K. differ on World Bank chief's future

While President Bush's White House has reiterated its support for Paul Wolfowitz as the president of World Bank, PM Tony Blair's International Development Minister Hilary Benn opines that 'Paul Wolfowitz's promotion of his girlfriend has damaged his institution and the decision over his fate should now lie with its board'. Meanwhile, Britain's Financial Times reported that European leaders "turn screws" on the former US deputy Defense Secretary.

Congress - White House showdown on Iraq

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