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12 Jun 2015

Germany Drops Inquiry Into Claims U.S. Tapped Angela Merkel’s Phone

Germany s federal prosecutor said on Friday that he had dropped a formal investigation into allegations of eavesdropping on one of Chancellor Angela Merkel s cellphones by an American intelligence agency because of a lack of concrete evidence. A German news report in October 2013 that the National Security Agency had tapped one of Ms. Merkel s private cellphones prompted outrage among citizens already angry over previous reports of the widespread gathering of telecommunications data by United States and British intelligence services.
Germany s federal prosecutor said on Friday that he had dropped a formal investigation into allegations of eavesdropping...
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15 Apr 2015

Germany Is Accused of Helping N.S.A. Spy on European Allies

Chancellor Angela Merkel s government is fending off allegations that the German secret service helped the United States to spy on European partners and companies, nearly a year after Ms. Merkel expelled the top American spy in a rare display of anger over revelations of widespread United States intelligence operations in Germany.
Chancellor Angela Merkel s government is fending off allegations that the German secret service helped the United States...

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1 Nov 2013

Snowden loses Russian asylum if he travels abroad, lawyer warns

Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden's offer to testify in Germany about controversial U.S. surveillance programs drew a swift warning from the Kremlin on Friday that he would lose his Russian asylum if he travels abroad or discloses U.S. intelligence secrets while in Russia.
Fugitive NSA leaker Edward Snowden's offer to testify in Germany about controversial U.S. surveillance programs drew a...

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