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Friday, October 25, 2013

Now The Only Question Is, Does Germany Have the Balls To Do Anything About Out of Control Obama?

Top German spy chiefs to go to Washington for talks

US state department spokeswoman Jen Psaki: "We want to collect information because we need it, and not just because we can"
Germany is to send its top intelligence chiefs to Washington to "push forward" an investigation into allegations the US spied on its leader Angela Merkel.

The heads of foreign and domestic intelligence would hold talks with the White House and the National Security Agency, a government spokesperson said.

Earlier, Germany and France said they want the US to sign a no-spy deal by the end of the year.

EU leaders have warned a lack of trust could harm the fight against terrorism.

As well as the bugging of Mrs Merkel's phone, there are claims the NSA has monitored millions of telephone calls by both German and French citizens.

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