In this 2008 post from the NSA’s internal SIDToday newsletter the agency claims responsibility for the arrest of FARC member Doris Adriana: see the Intercept article NSA Secretly Helped Convict Defendants in U.S. Courts, 30 November 2017.
This 2005 post from the NSA’s internal newsletter SIDToday describes the agency’s ongoing surveillance of a, “outwardly legitimate” European activist group, the Anti-Imperialist Camp: see the Intercept article NSA Used Porn to “Break Down Detainees” in Iraq — and Other Revelations From 297 Snowden Documents, 1 March 2018.
This extract from a July 2008 NSA document describes Argentina as GCHQ’s “primary interest” in Latin America: see the Intercept article Britain Used Spy Team to Shape Latin American Public Opinion on Falklands, 2 April 2015.
This 21 May 2009 presentation from the NSA’s Center for Content Extraction includes a slide that shows that the communications of 122 heads of government were stored in the agency’s central “Target Knowledge Base”, 11 of whom are named. The collection for most of these targets was automated: see the Der Spiegel article ‘A’ for Angela: GCHQ and NSA Targeted Private German Companies and Merkel, 29 March 2013.