The Fold  ·   October 24, 2013

Static between U.S., Germany after cell spying

- Word that U.S. intelligence agencies may have monitored German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone has infuriated Germans. The Post's Michael Birnbaum in Berlin explains how the disclosure could imperil dealings like a looming free-trade pact. ()

- Word that U.S. intelligence agencies may have monitored German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone has infuriated Germans. The Post's Michael Birnbaum in Berlin explains how the disclosure could imperil dealings like a looming free-trade pact. ()

Static between U.S., Germany after cell spying (2:29)

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