The German parliamentary committee investigating the NSA spying scandal has delivered its final report. Konstantin von Notz of the Green Party tells DW the panel dug 'very deep into the problems' unveiled by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
German MPs investigating the case of Anis Amri have decided to go to court to get access to intelligence documents. They say Angela Merkel's government withheld what it knew about the Berlin Christmas market attacker.
Germany has decided against launching a formal inquiry into accusations of NSA espionage in the country. Revelations by Edward Snowden do not provide "concrete evidence" for the offense, prosecutors said.
A German investigative committee has presented its findings to the Bundestag on US spying on Germany - and Germany's spying on its allies. The report is more than 1,800 pages long but contains little consensus.
They aren't known for their expedience, but Bundestag inquiries remain one of the most important tools for regulating the German government and federal agencies — and making the results public. DW examines how they work.
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