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US seeks to reassure France over spying, Assange urges legal action

French President Francois Hollande speaks during a meeting with parliamentarians after revelations of US spying on French presidents, at the Elysee Palace in Paris, on June 24, 2015President Barack Obama on Wednesday moved to defuse tensions after revelations of US spying on three French presidents angered France, while WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange called for legal action over Washington’s snooping and promised more disclosures to come. Obama spoke by phone with his French counterpart Francois Hollande to assure him the US was no longer spying on European leaders, a day after the WikiLeaks website published documents alleging Washington had eavesdropped on the French president and his two predecessors.

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