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The World

January 20, 1988

The U.S. Agency for International Development cannot account for at least $107 million worth of African currencies that should have been available for aid projects, according to an audit by the agency's inspector general. The figure is based on an audit of 10 of the 35 African countries where the independent government agency works. The audit reports, sent to Congress, made no charge of criminal responsibility. One said that auditors could not determine what happened to the money.

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