German parliament on Thursday agreed on setting up an investigative committee to inquire into U.S. spying activities in Germany, according to media reports.
The panel, comprising of six lawmakers from the ruling coalition and two from the opposition, is scheduled to hold its first meeting in early April.
Unanimously approved by politicians across party lines, the parliamentary inquiry will take a close look at the surveillance activities of...
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