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German agents gave US copy of Saddam war plan: NYT

German intelligence agents in Baghdad obtained a copy of Saddam Hussein’s plan to defend the Iraqi capital and it was passed on to U.S. commanders a month before the 2003 invasion, The New York Times reported. The report, based on a classified study by the U.S. military, suggests German intelligence officials offered more significant assistance to the United States than their government has publicly acknowledged. It could increase the chances of a parliamentary inquiry into the role Germany’s BND intelligence service played in the run-up to a war which former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder publicly opposed. Full Story

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