Germany defends 'strictly legal' cooperation with NSA




 
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Germany defends 'strictly legal' cooperation with NSA
 
July 8th, 2013  
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Germany defends 'strictly legal' cooperation with NSA
By Stephen Brown BERLIN (Reuters) - Angela Merkel's government said on Monday that its cooperation with American intelligence was fully regulated by strict legal guidelines after a magazine reported that the U.S. National Security Agency was in close cahoots with German spies. Germany's opposition, with an eye on September's election, when the chancellor will seek a third term, demanded that her government explain how much it knew about U.S. surveillance tactics ahead of talks with Washington about the NSA. ...




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