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Tokyo: Obama Expressed 'Regret' For Spying Scandal in Japan

Japan says U.S. President Barack Obama has expressed regret over the alleged U.S. surveillance of senior Japanese officials. The comments came during a phone call between Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, according to Tokyo government spokesman Yoshihide Suga. "President Obama said he was very sorry... as the case caused a big debate in Japan," said Suga, who did not say whether Obama specifically confirmed the spying. He added that Abe expressed his...

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