NEW YORK Amid reports of rats, mice and worms infesting feeding facilities and other components of the complex, officials at United Nations' headquarters here have reportedly denied access to health inspectors, and may have done so for at least 20 years. According to the online news source NewsMax.com, the U.N.'s Office of Legal Affairs has blocked an attempt by New York City to enter the facilities and inspect for safety-code violations. Citing U.N. maintenance workers as sources, a ...
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