Vladimir Putin tells Kremlin journalists US is watching them

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Putin made the remarks Sunday in Benaulim, India, where he was going to the summit of the BRICS gathering of developing economies. 

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has told columnists in the Russian squeeze corps that they are conceivably being viewed by American knowledge offices. 

Putin made the remarks Sunday in Benaulim, India, where he was going to the summit of the BRICS gathering of rising economies. 

Putin told writers covering his visit that "the United States listens to everything and takes a gander at everything. Every one of you are objects of misuse for the uncommon services."Putin said that "you are in the presidential pool and you may hear something or see it, converse with someone, you uninhibitedly talk on the phone on open associations," as indicated by the RIA Novosti news office. 

Putin's notice comes as strains with Washington over Syria and different issues have heightened.

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