Obama says the US intelligence will continue to spy on foreign governments [PressTV]

Obama said by definition, the job of intelligence is to find out what people are thinking and doing, so the country's intelligence agency will continue to be interested in the intentions of other governments. Speaking to German media, the US president, however, said he'd not let the surveillance program harm Washington's relationship with Berlin. On Friday, Obama said the United States will not apologize for the National Security Agency's spying programs at home and abroad, but promised modest changes. Revelations about the extent of Washington's spying program have drawn worldwide criticism. The NSA's spying on US allies, including eavesdropping on German Chancellor Angela Merkel's personal cell phone, has deteriorated Washington's relations with some countries

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