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October 28, 2013 5:29 PM

Amid European uproar over phone monitoring, White House sees need for constraints

Under mounting pressure from new revelations that the United States collected the telephone data of tens of millions of Europeans, the Obama administration on Monday said that there is a need for new constraints on U.S. intelligence-gathering operations and a top senator announced that the spying on U.S. allies would stop.

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