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Brazil confronts Kerry over alleged US spying
Brazil confronts Kerry over alleged US spying

Brazil warned US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday that failure to resolve the row over Washington's electronic spying could sow mistrust between the two countries.

Brazil confronts Kerry over alleged US spying
Brazil's Foreign Minister Antonio Patriota. ©REUTERS/Andres Stapff
Brazil's military regime spied on neighbors : report

Brazil's 1964-1985 military dictatorship spied on its Latin American neighbors and feared a conflict with Argentina, a Sao Paulo daily reported Sunday, citing declassified armed forces documents.

Brazil's military regime spied on neighbors : report
Snowden's father has visa to visit Russia: lawyer
Snowden's father has visa to visit Russia: lawyer

The father of fugitive intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has obtained a visa to visit his son in Russia.

Snowden's father has visa to visit Russia: lawyer
Brazil to raise alleged US spying during Kerry visit next week
Brazil to raise alleged US spying during Kerry visit next week

Allegations of US electronic spying in Brazil will be raised when US Secretary of State John Kerry visits the country next week.

Brazil to raise alleged US spying during Kerry visit next week
Obama scraps Moscow summit with Putin
Obama scraps Moscow summit with Putin

US President Barack Obama on Wednesday scrapped a Moscow summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin.

Obama scraps Moscow summit with Putin
Obama 'disappointed' with Russian asylum for Snowden
Obama 'disappointed' with Russian asylum for Snowden

President Barack Obama said Tuesday he was "disappointed" by Russia's decision to grant asylum to Edward Snowden, the former intelligence contractor who leaked details of vast US surveillance programs.

Obama 'disappointed' with Russian asylum for Snowden
LatAm nations express surveillance 'indignation' to UN
LatAm nations express surveillance 'indignation' to UN

Latin American bloc Mercosur reiterated Monday to the United Nations its indignation over US espionage practices revealed by Edward Snowden.

LatAm nations express surveillance 'indignation' to UN
US fumes as Russia grants Snowden asylum
US fumes as Russia grants Snowden asylum

Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden on Thursday stepped out of the Moscow airport where he was marooned for over five weeks.

US fumes as Russia grants Snowden asylum
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Huawei lashes out at ex-CIA chief over spying claims

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has hit back at allegations by a former CIA chief that the company spies for Beijing, labelling them "defamatory" and "baseless".

Huawei lashes out at ex-CIA chief over spying claims
Snowden's father to visit Russia 'soon': lawyer
Snowden's father to visit Russia 'soon': lawyer

Edward Snowden's father is seeking a Russian visa and plans to visit his fugitive son in Moscow soon.

Snowden's father to visit Russia 'soon': lawyer
Manning a traitor, not a whistleblower: US prosecutor
Manning a traitor, not a whistleblower: US prosecutor

US soldier Bradley Manning betrayed his country by passing secret files to "information anarchists" at WikiLeaks and knew Al-Qaeda would see the documents online, a prosecutor said Thursday in closing arguments.

Manning a traitor, not a whistleblower: US prosecutor
Michael Hayden. ©REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
Huawei spies for China, says ex-CIA chief

The former head of the United States' Central Intelligence Agency Michael Hayden said Friday it "goes without saying" that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei spies for Beijing.

Huawei spies for China, says ex-CIA chief
Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin
Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin

President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said Moscow's relations with Washington outweighed the "squabbles" over a spying scandal revealed by US fugitive Edward Snowden, who has applied for asylum in Russia.

Russia-US ties 'more important' than Snowden scandal: Putin
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Brazil calls US explanation of its alleged spying 'insufficient'

Brazil said Washington had not sufficiently responded to Brasilia's request it explain the alleged US electronic spying disclosed by rogue intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.

Brazil calls US explanation of its alleged spying 'insufficient'
US, China clash over Snowden but see trade progress
US, China clash over Snowden but see trade progress

The United States reprimanded China for not handing over fugitive leaker Edward Snowden, but the two powers saw progress elsewhere in ties including on reaching an investment treaty.

US, China clash over Snowden but see trade progress
Latin America demands answers from US on spying
Latin America demands answers from US on spying

From its neighbor Mexico down to Argentina, Latin American nations are demanding answers from the United States after a report of vast US spying on close allies and leftist critics alike.

Latin America demands answers from US on spying
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Everybody spies on everybody: ex-intel officers

Europeans may express outrage over revelations of US spying but they know perfectly well how the espionage "game" is played -- everybody spies on everybody.

Everybody spies on everybody: ex-intel officers
Snowden asylum requests sent to 21 countries: WikiLeaks
Snowden asylum requests sent to 21 countries: WikiLeaks

Fugitive US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden has submitted asylum requests to 19 more nations including Cuba, Venezuela, Brazil, India, China, Russia, Germany and France.

Snowden asylum requests sent to 21 countries: WikiLeaks
US intelligence targeted Italy and France embassies: report
US intelligence targeted Italy and France embassies: report

France, Italy and Greece were among 38 "targets" of spying operations conducted by US intelligence services, according to documents leaked to the Guardian newspaper by fugitive former CIA operative Edward Snowden.

US intelligence targeted Italy and France embassies: report
Obama says no 'wheeling and dealing' over Snowden
Obama says no 'wheeling and dealing' over Snowden

US President Barack Obama insisted Thursday he would not let the fate of fugitive intelligence leaker Edward Snowden ruin ties with Russia and China, but Washington warned Ecuador not to give him asylum.

Obama says no 'wheeling and dealing' over Snowden