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The leaders of the nations of the G8 have begun meeting in Northern Ireland, and tension behind the scenes is likely to be running high. Not only are there fundamental differences between the West and Russia about the Syrian crisis, there are claims that Britain and the US spied on other countries at another summit. Source: abc.net.au

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