NSA Helped CIA Outmanoeuvre Europe on Torture

NSA Helped CIA Outmanoeuvre Europe on Torture
Today, Monday 20 July at 1800 CEST, WikiLeaks publishes evidence of National Security Agency (NSA) spying on German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier along with a list of 20 target selectors for the Foreign Ministry. … Bernhard von Waldersee …
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US spy agency tapped German chancellery for decades: WikiLeaks
BERLIN The U.S. National Security Agency tapped phone calls involving German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her closest advisers for years and spied on the staff of her predecessors, according to WikiLeaks. A report released by the group suggested NSA …
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“El lado oscuro de la banca”
En 2011, luego de que se le prohibiera a Wikileaks la difusión del material sobre cuentas de Julius Bar, le entregué a Julian Assange en una conferencia de prensa datos de unas 2000 cuentas secretas. … Es algo que Argentina también podría hacer.
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Ecuador urged to hand over Julian Assange as police costs spiral to £11.5MILLION
The Wikileaks founder has spent three years in the west London embassy of the South American country rather than face questioning over allegations of sex attacks made to the Swedish authorities. The British taxpayer is footing the bill for a team of …
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WikiLeaks: NSA monitored Germany's discussions on CIA torture

WikiLeaks: NSA monitored Germany's discussions on CIA torture
Secret-spilling organization WikiLeaks has published new evidence of what the group says shows the extent of the National Security Agency's longstanding surveillance of top German officials. The latest release from the anti-secrecy group, published …
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WikiLeaks Says US Spied on Japanese Government, Companies
WikiLeaks has released similar documents in recent weeks that it said show NSA spying on Germany, France and Brazil. U.S. spying on its allies became an issue in 2013, when Germany's government reacted angrily to German media reports that Chancellor …
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US Disturbed by WikiLeaks German Spy Target Disclosure
BERLIN (Sputnik) – On July 8, WikiLeaks revealed that the United States spied on three German chancellors: Helmut Kohl, Gerhard Schroeder and Angela Merkel, as well as a number of other federal government members beginning at least in the 1990s.
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Germany fears escalation in “explosive” Ukraine
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is worried that the conflict in eastern Ukraine could escalate dangerously and has urged Kiev and Moscow to cooperate with ceasefire monitors, he told Bild am Sonntag in an interview published on Sunday.
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Applying Iceland's lessons in Greece
Germany's Welt am Sonntag newspaper reported that Glenn Kim, 52, who spent two decades as an executive at failed American investment bank Lehman Brothers, has been working in the government's Maximos Mansion in Athens as an advisor to Greek …
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Japan Upset by Wikileaks Revelations of US Spying
That directive was issued after NSA contractor Edward Snowden exposed a trove of sensitive information, including documentation of intelligence gathering against other U.S. allies, such as Germany, France, and Brazil. The Germans and French did not …
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