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Oz Sam spies on Angela Merkel through Danish keyhole

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An investigation made public on Sunday by Danish television channel Danmarks Radio (DR), revealed that the US security agency (NSA) would have tapped several European politicians including Chancellor Angela Merkel. And this thanks to the collaboration of the Danish intelligence services, as illustrated this week the Algerian designer Dilem.

These are revelations worthy of a spy novel. The NSA, the US security agency, is suspected of wiretapping several European politicians including Angela Merkel. According to this investigation revealed Sunday, May 30, conducted by several Danish and European media including Le Monde, the NSA would have benefited from a collaboration of the Danish military intelligence services between 2012 and 2014.

Although still unconfirmed, this spy case would have occurred under the tenure of former US President Barack Obama, despite the revelations of former NSA employee Edward Snowden in 2013. The latter revealed the existence of a global surveillance system for communications targeting the Germans in particular.

The German Chancellor and the French President demanded rapid clarification to restore the bonds of trust between European and American allies.

Ali Dilem works for the French program Kiosque on TV5, after having started his career as a cartoonist for the daily Le Jeune Indépendant in 1990. He then joined Le Matin in 1991 and La Liberté in 1996. The cartoonist is known for his freedom of tone. towards Bouteflika’s regime, drawings that have earned him no less than sixty trials.

Since October 11, 2010, Dilem has been made a knight of arts and letters after having already received some twenty international prizes, including the international press cartoon prize in 2000.

Cartooning for Peace is an international network of cartoonists committed to promoting, through the universality of press cartoons, freedom of expression, human rights and mutual respect between populations of different cultures or beliefs.


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