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NSA spying threatens to hamper US foreign policy

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Secretary of State John Kerry landed in Rome and Paris to talk about Mideast peace, Syria and Iran but was confronted by outrage over the sweep and scope of U.S. snooping abroad. President Barack Obama already has defended America's surveillance dragnet to leaders of Russia, Mexico, Brazil, France and Germany and was even quizzed about it during his birthday appearance on late-night television.
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Source: KOLR - on October 30, 2013

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Ashcroft Discusses Spying on Foreign Leaders

WASHINGTON, DC -- A former U.S. Attorney General, who served when the Patriot Act was first put in place, is speaking about the current flap over U.S. spying on foreign leaders.

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