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UNITED NATIONS — U.N. Development Program employees say the agency's higher-ups used intimidation tactics to prevent them from talking to American authorities investigating potentially criminal activities in North Korea, where counterfeit American currency was used to pay foreigners.
Investigators for the U.S. attorney for New York's Southern District have sought to interview at least 22 UNDP officials with possible information about 35 counterfeit $100 bills that had been held in the agency's Pyongyang office for over a decade without informing American authorities.