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Obama: U.S. will no longer monitor 'friends, allies'
In an effort to “rebuild trust,” President Obama says “I have made clear to the intelligence community that, unless there is a compelling national security purpose, we will not monitor the communications of heads of state and governments of our close friends and allies.”
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