Merkel's chief of staff says U.S. spies did not break German law

BERLIN (Reuters) – Angela Merkel’s chief of staff said on Monday that fears of mass U.S. spying on Germans were unfounded, hoping to end a controversy that threatened to damage the chancellor as she seeks re-election next month.

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