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 December 13, 2014  Surveillance

Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI) reports:

The Supreme Court of Germany has yet to uncover any tangible evidence supporting the claim that Chancellor Angela Merkel phone was tapped by American intelligence services, according to Attorney General of Harald Range.

At a press conference on Thursday, Range said that German authorities had no official NSA documents on ordering any surveillance. NSA refused to make any comment on the situation.

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