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Obama 'will review National Security Agency operations'

29 October 2013 Last updated at 04:17 GMT

US President Barack Obama has said that he wants to review the National Security Agency's (NSA) operations to make sure privacy is protected.

The president made his comments to US television cable network Fusion, as the White House acknowledged the need for additional "constraints" on US intelligence gathering amid claims of eavesdropping on allies,

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