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October 21st, 2013
09:03 PM ET

Report: NSA intercepted more than 70 million calls in France

America is spying on one of its closest allies.

President Obama spoke to French President Francois Hollande after the U.S. ambassador to France was summoned to meet with French officials about new allegations the National Security Agency intercepted more than 70 million phone calls in France last December.

Report: U.S. intercepts French phone calls on a 'massive scale'

The report comes on the heels of reports the U.S. was hacking into the email account of former Mexican President Felipe Calderon.

OutFront: Bob Baer is a CNN National Security Analyst and a Former CIA operative.


Filed under: International • News • NSA
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