July 16, 2014

Germany Goes Hunting for American Spies

Der Spiegel, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

The latest revelations of US spying on Germany have unleashed unprecedented levels of distrust in Berlin. The government has already expelled the CIA's chief here and may soon be planning additional measures as it seeks answers from Washington.

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