Obama Tries to Soothe Brazil and Mexico Over Spying Reports – New York Times


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Obama Tries to Soothe Brazil and Mexico Over Spying Reports
New York Times
RIO DE JANEIRO — President Obama said Friday that he was seeking to ease tensions with the leaders of Latin America's two largest nations, Brazil and Mexico, over reports that the National Security Agency had spied not only on their nations, but on
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