Spying on the U.N.

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A day after allegations surfaced that Britain's intelligence tapped the phones of U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan prior to the war in Iraq, Tony Blair still has not confirmed or denied the accusations. Nearly everyone agrees that spying on U.N. officials would be illegal. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

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