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NSA 'spied' on Gerhard Schroeder during Iraq war

05.02.14 @ 08:50

  1. By EUOBSERVER

American intelligence agencies began tapping the mobile phones of German chancellors over 10 years ago, when Social Democrat chancellor Gerhard Schroeder was put under surveillance in 2002, reportedly because of his government's opposition to military intervention in Iraq, Sueddeutsche Zeitung and TV network NDR report.

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