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House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers(C), R-MI, addresses reporters October 28, 2013 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC following meetings with European Parliament members, including Britain's Claude Moraes(L) who leads the parliamentary inquiry on mass surveillance, and Germany's Elmar Brok(R) who chairs the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs. Decades of mutual trust have been breached and will need repair as a result of mass US eavesdropping on allies, European parliamentarians told a US lawmaker Monday amid a swirling espionage scandal. US House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers emerged from the one-hour talks to pledge that US lawmakers will travel to Brussels 'very, very soon' for another round of meetings. AFP PHOTO / Michael Mathes (Photo credit should read MICHAEL MATHES/AFP/Getty Images)
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House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers(C), R-MI, addresses reporters October 28, 2013 at the US Capitol in Washington, DC following meetings with European Parliament members, including Britain's Claude Moraes(L) who leads the parliamentary inquiry on mass surveillance, and Germany's Elmar Brok(R) who chairs the European Parliament's Committee on Foreign Affairs. Decades of mutual trust have been breached and will need repair as a result of mass US eavesdropping on allies, European parliamentarians told a US lawmaker Monday amid a swirling espionage scandal. US House Intelligence Committee chairman Mike Rogers emerged from the one-hour talks to pledge that US lawmakers will travel to Brussels 'very, very soon' for another round of meetings. AFP PHOTO / Michael Mathes (Photo credit should read MICHAEL MATHES/AFP/Getty Images)
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