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White House: Rousseff visit 'turns page' on spy row

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff speaks at Planalto Palace in Brasilia, on June 24, 2015The White House expressed hope Thursday that Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s visit to Washington next week will help both sides overcome a “turbulent patch” caused by US spying revelations. “This visit I think really does indicate the extent to which we have turned the page and are moving forward,” said senior Obama foreign policy aide Ben Rhodes. Rousseff was first expected in Washington in October 2013, but suspended the trip after it emerged US intelligence had spied on her telephone calls and those of millions of other Brazilians.

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