Sky News 2014.08.20 20:44
Four McDonald's outlets are temporarily closed due to "sanitary violations"
as tensions continue between Russia and the West.
Russia's food safety watchdog has suspended operations at four McDonald's
restaurants in Moscow over alleged sanitary law breaches.
The watchdog claimed the fast-food chain was responsible for "numerous
violations of sanitary legislation requirements", adding it had sealed off
the restaurants' premises.
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