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Outrage mounts across Europe as more information released about alleged NSA spying

DISPLAY (NO REPORTER NARRATION) People across Europe continued to express their anger on Wednesday (October 30) over claims that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) has been tapping phones across the continent, including that of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. "I think they definitely went too far with the chancellor but if they are spying in general, and one doesn't have anything major to hide, then I don't think it is quite so bad," one passerby in Berlin said. European officials have been traveling to the U.S. this week after revelations of the scale of the surveillance triggered outrage and shattered European trust in Washington. The White House did not deny reports that the National Security Agency (NSA) had monitored Merkel's phone but said no such surveillance was taking place now. Wednesday's visit comes a day after a European Union team met the head of the NSA, army General Keith Alexander, and U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, the California De

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