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White House: NSA spying not 'significant' issue during Europe trip

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The White House said that concerns over the National Security Agency's surveillance practices had not “come up frequently” during President Obama's private discussions with European leaders during his trip abroad. Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes told reporters that the issue had been overshadowed by the crisis in Crimea and suggested that many of Obama's reforms had addressed...

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