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Germany admits its spies helped US in Iraq war

The German government released a report on Thursday that said two German spies provided the United States with intelligence on Iraq but rejected allegations it aided the U.S. bombing campaign during the 2003 invasion. The 90-page text is part of a larger report given to a parliamentary oversight committee that has been investigating reports that Germany’s BND foreign intelligence agency helped the United States select sites to bomb during the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, despite official opposition to the war. Full Story

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