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October 22, 2013 5:35 PM

Mexico slams U.S. over claims that NSA hacked president’s email

Mexico warned the United States on Tuesday that its reported surveillance of top Mexican officials could sour security cooperation between the countries, and it demanded to know what measures the Obama administration is taking to prevent further spying on its leaders.

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