(CNN) -- Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff raised the "serious" issue of "a global network of electronic spying" at the U.N. General Assembly in New York. She said the practice was in breach of international law and violated the rights of Brazilian citizens and the nation's sovereignty. The United States and Brazil jointly agreed a week ago to postpone Rousseff's state visit to Washington next month, due to controversy over reports that the U.S. government was spying on her communications.
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