Obama: U.S. will probe reported NSA spying on Brazil, Mexico

Brazil's President Rousseff attends the first working session of the G20 Summit in Constantine Palace in Strelna near St. PetersburgBy Steve Holland and Anthony Boadle ST. PETERSBURG, Russia/BRASILIA (Reuters) – President Barack Obama promised on Friday to look into a report the United States spied on the leaders of Brazil and Mexico, allegations that have caused tensions in Washington's ties to its two biggest Latin American partners. Obama met with presidents Dilma Rousseff of Brazil and Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico during an international summit in Russia and discussed reports that the U.S. National Security Agency snooped on their personal communications and phone calls. …