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NSA head says spy programs thwarted terror attacks

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Once-secret surveillance programs were crucial in enabling the U.S. government to thwart dozens of terrorist attacks, says the director of the National Security Agency in a forceful defense of spy operations that have stirred fears of government snooping and violations of privacy rights. Army Gen. Keith Alexander, in his first congressional testimony since disclosure of the...

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