International: State of the Union

In U.N.'s pressroom last week, a telling diplomatic exchange took place. On their bulletin board, correspondents discovered a notice charging that some members of the press posed as delegates in order to get comfortable rides home in delegation cars. The offenders were requested to refrain from such tactics. Within ten minutes a retaliatory notice appeared: "It has come to the attention of the U.N. Correspondents Association that some delegates have been posing as reporters in order to ascertain what is going on in some committees. This practice must stop. . . ."


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