Europe Despite fury over US spying, Germany's options limited (+video)

The decision to ask the CIA's Berlin station chief to leave may be the most Germany can do to express its anger at the US, on whom it relies for military and intelligence aid.

By , Staff writer

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Spiegel Online today called it a “diplomatic earthquake.” The daily Sueddeutche Zeitung called it "an unprecedented act of protest against American arrogance.”