Spain calls meeting with U.S. Ambassador in wake of NSA spying on world leaders

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(CNN) — Spain has summoned U.S. Ambassador James Costos in the wake of allegations of widespread National Security Agency spying on world leaders, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in Brussels Friday. The U.S. embassy in Madrid declined to comment, saying that Rajoy’s statement stands for itself.
From CNN’s Al Goodman in Madrid

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