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Brazil expresses concern at report of NSA spying

Brazil's foreign minister said Sunday his government is worried by a report that the United States has collected data on billions of telephone and email conversations in his country and promised an effort for international protection of Internet privacy. Full story

Singapore inquest rules American killed himself

An American engineer who was found dead in his apartment in Singapore last year killed himself, a judge ruled Monday, rejecting suspicions by the man's parents that he was murdered because of research into sensitive technology. Full story

US Embassy Will Close Tomorrow in Egypt

   The U.S. Embassy has just announced it will be closed to the public on Wednesday due to the end of the 48-hour deadline set by Egypt's army, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

U.S. Embassy workers hurt in Venezuela strip club shooting

CARACAS (Reuters) - Two U.S. Embassy employees in Venezuela were injured on Tuesday in a shooting at a well-known Caracas strip club, police said. Full story

U.S. rethinking lowest-priced contract rule for guarding embassies

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lawmakers are reconsidering a 1990 law that makes the State Department accept the lowest bids for contracts to provide private security at most U.S. diplomatic posts, a requirement that can lead to the hiring of thousands of guards based on how cheap they are rather than their Full story

U.S. working for swift transfer of Congo warlord to ICC

KIGALI (Reuters) - The United States is working to transfer Bosco Ntaganda, a Congolese warlord charged with war crimes, to the International Criminal Court "as quickly as possible" from U.S. Embassy in the Rwandan capital, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday. Full story

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  Benghazi report sharply critical of State Department

The independent report commissioned by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton investigating the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi faulted the State Department for “systematic failures” and “grossly inadequate” security to deal with the attack. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

  Who Denied Libya Security?

One undecided voter asks about reports that the State Department refused extra security for the U.S. Embassy in Libya. President Obama says "when it comes to Libya, everyone will be held accountable, and I am ultimately responsible for what's taking pl...

  Sept. 23: Nightly News Sunday broadcast

After 11 long years, Afghan forces are taking the lead in the war in Afghanistan. That’s good and bad news for U.S. forces serving there; U.S. officials praise the Libyan government for its response to the attack on the American consulate, but they’re more critical of the Egyptian response to violen

  Anti-American protests continue in Egypt

NBC’s Richard Engel reports from Cairo, Egypt, where protesters, outraged over an anti-Islam video, continue to participate in violent demonstrations near the U.S. Embassy.

  Day four of protests in the Muslim world

Protesters in Cairo clashed with police near the U.S. Embassy before a nationwide protest today called by the Muslim Brotherhood after Friday prayers. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd reports.

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