Who will head the United Nations refugee agency, with its 6,000 staff in 115 countries, to help 17 million homeless people around the world?Here is the “short list” of candidates — six of them Europeans. Italian radical Emma Bonino, former EU human rights commissioner — Rome wants Washington’s support in return for backing Paul Wolfowitz at the World Bank. Former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres; Bernard Kouchner of France, former health minister and founder of Doctors without Borders; He also used to be the head U.N. administrator in Kosovo, that job now held by Soren Jessen-Peterson of Denmark, also a refugee agency candidate. Sweden’s foreign secretary Hans Dahlgren and Belgian economy minister Mark Verwilghen figure too. An Australian and a Tunisian are also in the running, Gareth Evans and Kamel Morjane. Dutchman Ruud Lubbers resigned last month as U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees after vigorously denying sexual harassment allegations.