German prosecutors are looking into another spying case. Reports say authorities searched the office and home of a man who allegedly passed information to US intelligence.
An opposition bid to get whistleblower Edward Snowden invited to testify in Berlin before a NSA parliamentary inquiry has been foiled by Germany's top court. It said Germany's Court of Justice should instead decide.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet has signed off on a controversial road toll, forcing foreign car drivers to pay when using German roads and highways. The draft includes a provision exempting German motorists.
The leaders of Germany and France spoke with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko by phone on Sunday, discussing economic reforms and a tenuous ceasefire that has been repeatedly violated since September.
Berlin has signed an anti-spying deal with BlackBerry, allowing the Canadian phone maker to take over Germany's Secusmart. The encryption software maker outfits government phones, including that of Chancellor Merkel.
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