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German spies aided US invasion of Iraq: report

Three German spies helped the US military invasion of Iraq in 2003, in an intelligence-sharing deal approved in late 2002 by top German officials, The New York Times said. The deal, which ended when the invasion came to an end, flies in the face of official German opposition to the war and is contained in a classified report by the German Parliament, a copy of which was obtained by the newspaper. It also follows strong denials from Berlin and the Pentagon that German Intelligence had provided a copy of Iraq’s war plans to the US military months before the US invasion, as The New York Times reported Monday. Full Story

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