Germany To Send Intelligence Officials To Washington Amid Spying Uproar [Photo]
Germany is sending senior intelligence officials to Washington amid outrage over claims the U.S. National Security Agency monitored German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone since 2002 during the George W. Bush administration. Among the officials traveling to the White House to seek more information about the alleged U.S. spying will be the heads of Germany’s foreign and domestic intelligence services and the coordinator of the federal intelligence services. The alleged spying claims come as a result of the leaking of classified U.S. documents by Edward Snowden which has also resulted in a souring of relations between the U.S. and Brazil with the U.S. government fully expecting future leaks by Snowden.
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