German Chancellor Worried US Tapped her phone
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called US President Barack Obama after receiving intelligence that the US may have spied on her through tapping her mobile phone. President Obama responded by denying the claims, though the White House did issue a statement saying the US is using intelligence practices to "examine concerns" from German, France and other American allies. However, the spokesman never addressed whether Mrs Merkel's phone had been tapped in the past possibly leaving her unconvinced.
By Jordan Moses
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