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Galloway Appears Before Senate Panel Investigating U.N. Oil for Food Program

George Galloway, a member of Great Britain’s Parliament, is sworn in before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee subcommittee on investigations on Tuesday. Galloway testified at a hearing on “Oil for Influence: How Saddam Used Oil to Reward Politicians and Terrorist Entities Under the United Nations Oil for Food Program.” During his testimony, Galloway vehemently denied allegations that Saddam Hussein funneled allocations to him through the U.N. Oil for Food Program.

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