August 19, 2014

How Germany Spies on Its Friends

Der Spiegel, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

For more than a year now, German officials have criticized the US for the NSA's mass spying on Europeans and even Chancellor Angela Merkel. Now, embarrassing revelations show that Germany has inadvertently spied on Hillary Clinton and John Kerry, and has also deliberately targeted Turkey.

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TAGGED: Spy , Espionage, Europe, Turkey, United States, Germany

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