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Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has criticised the US over allegations it carried out electronic espionage.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned the US and its allies against taking one-sided action in Syria. US President Barack Obama has called for punitive action in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack
Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies has approved a ban on secret voting in both Houses of Congress.
Antonio Patriota, Brazil’s foreign minister, stepped down Monday night amid a diplomatic row with neighboring Bolivia. President Dilma Rousseff’s office issued a brief statement, saying Patriota had submitted his resignation and would be replaced by Brazil’s representative at the United Nations, Luiz Alberto Figueiredo.
The United Nations said on Monday it plans to contact the United States over a report that the U.S. National Security Agency bugged its New York headquarters and warned that countries are expected to respect the world body’s diplomatic inviolability.
President Barack Obama formally canceled a much-discussed visit to Moscow next month for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing a lack of progress in bilateral relations since Putin regained the presidency a year ago.