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Germany denies handing US Saddam’s war plan

Germany denied on Monday that its intelligence officials obtained a copy of Saddam Hussein’s defense plan for Baghdad and passed it on to U.S. commanders a month before the 2003 Iraq invasion. The allegation that two German spies operating in the Iraqi capital before the war provided key military information to the United States — at a time when the Berlin government was voicing strong public opposition to a U.S. invasion — appeared on Monday in an article in the New York Times. The report suggested that German intelligence officials offered much more significant assistance to the United States than their government has publicly acknowledged. Full Story

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