September 4, 2013
President Barack Obama, accompanied by Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt, gestures Wednesday during their joint news conference at the Rosenbad Building in Stockholm, Sweden.
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President Barack Obama on Wednesday defended anew the United States’ controversial surveillance programs, trying to reassure Europeans that the National Security Agency’s spying apparatus acts in limited fashion to root out threats — even though recently revealed programs show a more widespread information-gathering effort.
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