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Der Spiegel: German intelligence spied on European and international police

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Post by rocky Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:46 am

Der Spiegel: German intelligence spied on European and international police

Arab and international Since 2017-04-22 at 15:48 (Baghdad time)

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The German Foreign Intelligence Agency (BND) has spied on European police and Interpol for years, despite revealing its spy on international media, Der Spiegel reported.
According to the German magazine, according to the agency, "Reuters", documents that show that the German Foreign Intelligence included e-mail addresses and telephone and fax numbers of investigators and officers of international police and European, to the list of persons and institutions under control in each sector.
In addition, German intelligence, according to the magazine, monitored the European Police Agency (Europol), which is based in The Hague.
Der Spiegel reported on February 22 that the German Foreign Intelligence Agency also spied on phones, faxes and e-mails of various news organizations, including the New York Times, Reuters, the BBC and its branches and offices in many countries.
The activities of the CIA were heavily scrutinized during a German parliamentary inquiry into allegations that the US National Security Service had conducted mass surveillance outside the United States, including tapping the mobile phone used by Chancellor Angela Merkel.
According to reports from Germany, the German national intelligence agency spied on European countries for years on behalf of the US National Security Agency.
Leaks from the German internal intelligence report, previously published by the newspaper Söddeutsche Zeitung, indicate that the targets included the French presidential palace and the foreign ministry, as well as the European Commission.
According to documents leaked from German intelligence, the newspaper reported that Chancellor Angela Merkel's office had been informed in 2008 of intelligence involvement in US espionage activities, but the office of the chancellor did not move.
The report reveals that the monitoring station in the German intelligence service also spied on European companies at the request of Washington to verify whether they violated any trade ban.
Germany had reacted angrily when former CIA agent Edward Snowden revealed extensive espionage activities in Germany.
Snodden's leaks - including the National Security Agency's eavesdropping on Merkel's own phone - led to a temporary and simple chill in relations between Washington and Berlin.

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