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Latin American nations condemn U.S. "aggression"

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro arrives in Montevideo as Latin American nations meet for a Mercosur summit. Leaders throughout the region are furious over reports that the United States has targeted many of their countries with spying programs that monitor internet traffic. They say they will issue a statement officially "rejecting" U.S. espionage in the region. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) NICOLAS MADURO, VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT, SAYING: "This case of worldwide espionage that has shaken the public conscience of the United States, of the whole world, and that raises key topics of ethics policy of the world we want to construct, of the world which we aspire to construct, a world of respect, of equilibrium, of peace, not a world of hegemonic empires." They are also angry over the treatment of Bolivian President Evo Morales - whose plane was stopped from travelling over several European countries last week on suspicion former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Sno

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