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US spied on Russian President Medvedev at 2009 G20 summit – NSA leaks

16.06.2013 19:59

As Britain readies to host the G8 summit, the documents uncovered by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden have revealed that back in 2009 US spies intercepted top-secret communications of then Russian president, Dmitry Medvedev, during his visit to London.

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Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:50

This news comes as a total surprise and shock

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:36

Referring to jokes , - take this one : Zionists rule the World !

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:22

lets face it, we all know RT is a joke of a news organization

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:11

Russia acts surprised like they don't spy. LOL

Putin, gonna return that Superbowl ring? HAHA!

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:05

Looks like Snowden is more traitor than upholder of US liberty. Hope he stays in China.

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 14:52

I know it's off topic but RT could you please bring us more information on whats going on in Jordan?

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 14:33

Its long past time for a new and updated Warsaw Pact !!

Waken up Vova ! They are after you !

 

PR101 17.06.2013 14:12

Maybe Putin will return the super bowl ring during the meeting with Obama.

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 14:06

Spying is a "MUST" for the Industrial/Military complex. They need info before thier next abomination

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 14:06

Obama now has 2 meet w/Putin! No where 2 hide. He should beg Vlad 4 forgiveness & political cover.

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