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Obama denies US has 'no-spy agreements'

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President Obama at a joint press conference with French President Francois Hollande denied that the U.S. had “no-spy” agreements with any nations, but pledged to respect the privacy rights of foreign citizens. Obama disputed a suggestion from a French reporter that the U.S. had an agreement with the United Kingdom not to spy on each other's citizens. “It's not actually correct to say that we...

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