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NSA too big for its boots?

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS – Mon. 04.11.13: The US spy agency NSA was allegedly too proud of its activities to stop to question if it should be doing them in the first place. Egypt's first democratically elected president goes on trial and could face life in prison. Meanwhile, a new report says Somali pirates earn tens of millions of dollars per year. And finally former US President George W. Bush takes up painting.


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Some articles from today’s International press review:

The Independent: As Mohamed Morsi goes to trial, General Sisi should remember: Egypt is a dangerous place to rule

International New York Times: No Morsel Too Minuscule for All-Consuming NSA
The Independent: The Horn of Plenty: How piracy became a $413m business

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