Germany, Brazil and Other Countries Go to UN to Stop NSA Spying

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UN-GENERAL ASSEMBLY-SYRIA-SECURITY COUNCIL

Stinging from revelations about NSA spying on world leaders and intercepting voluminous private emails and phone calls of it’s citizens, European and South American countries have gone to the UN to seek redress.  This comes on the heels of the discovery that the NSA has been spying on 35 world leaders and just one month after Brazilian leader, Dilma Rousseff, complained about NSA spying on her country.

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