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** FILE ** In this Feb. 12, 2009 photo released by the United Nations, Inga-Britt Ahlehius, Under-Secretary-General for Internal Oversight Services, left, shakes hands with U.N. Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon at United Nations headquarters during a Compact Signing Ceremony for UN senior managers' compacts for 2009. Ms. Ahlehius, the head of the U.N.'s internal watchdog agency, stepped down, heightening the fears of U.S. and some U.N. officials that the much-derided effort to curb corruption in the world body will suffer further blows. (AP Photo/United Nations, Eskinder Debebe)
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** FILE ** In this Feb. 12, 2009 photo released by the United Nations, Inga-Britt Ahlehius, Under-Secretary-General for Internal Oversight Services, left, shakes hands with U.N. Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon at United Nations headquarters during a Compact Signing Ceremony for UN senior managers' compacts for 2009. Ms. Ahlehius, the head of the U.N.'s internal watchdog agency, stepped down, heightening the fears of U.S. and some U.N. officials that the much-derided effort to curb corruption in the world body will suffer further blows. (AP Photo/United Nations, Eskinder Debebe)

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