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Eavesdropping row recalls past collaboration

Many European nations now complaining about spying have a long history of cooperating with US intelligence gathering.

Last Modified: 26 Oct 2013 03:01
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It has long been known that the US has spies across the globe. But many of the European nations now complaining about spying have a long history of cooperating with the US.

Al Jazeera's Shihab Rattansi reports from Washington DC.

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