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.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed support for a new investment program to restart growth in Europe, but said it must be accompanied by more structural reforms and free trade accords with the US and Canada
Secret documents from the country's State Security Agency obtained by two press outlets reveal how important South Africa has become for foreign intelligence services. The papers contain highly sensitive information.
Canada has proposed new legal tools for its spy agency in a recently tabled anti-terrorism bill. However, critics say the bill lacks the proper oversight to prevent potential abuse. Philip Fine reports from Montreal.
Germany's parliament appears set to approve an extension of Greece's financial bailout. All eurozone member states must ratify the extension for it to take effect before Athens runs out of funds at the end of the month.
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