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Extra press conference today: WB Staff Association. The Staff Association has decided to hold its own news conference immediately after Wolfowitz's. They were not allowed to hold it in the Bank, so are doing so in a nearby shopping mall one block away. Full details below.

Alison Cave, Chair of the Staff Association, along with Moralina George, former chair of the association, will hold their conference at a small mall at 2000 Pennsylvania Ave. They will be inside the mall next to the Kinkead' Restaurant, This small mall falls outside of the security perimeter set up around the IMF and WB buildings.

Reporters can walk the distance between the IMF building where Wolfowitz will hold his press conference to Kinkead in less than 2 minutes. Its less than one block away.

If you have any questions or need more details, contact:
Read Scot Martin (cell) +1-202 -669-4932
Moralina George (cell) +1 301-661-2406.

Alex Wilks ~ April 15, 2007

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