STOCKHOLM (AP) — President Barack Obama sought Wednesday to reassure Europeans outraged over US surveillance programs that his government isn’t sifting through their emails or eavesdropping on their telephone calls. He acknowledged that the programs haven’t always worked as intended, saying ‘‘we had to tighten them up.’’
Obama reassures Europeans over NSA surveillance
By Josh Lederman| Associated Press September 04, 2013
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