The French president responded with anger at the news the NSA had spied on him and other French presidents. But Angela Merkel's experience two years ago suggests why Hollande might want to tread carefully.
In recent years, immigrants living in Greece could expect regular harassment and detention at the hands of police and the far-right Golden Dawn party. But now they feel safe on Greek streets, for the most part.
Lawmaker Sebastian Ghita was charged with influence peddling, tax evasion, and money laundering worth millions of euros, being involved in the misuse of European Union funds and of cheating the elections, prosecutors said.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter stood with defense chiefs from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania a day after he announced that the US would have other weapons, aircraft, and forces ready for NATO's new rapid reaction force.
Newly released documents reveal a systematic campaign to reverse-engineer anti-virus software produced by firms like Russia's Kaspersky Labs, allowing intelligence agencies to uncover vulnerabilities that could help subvert them.
The European Union president warned the situation was 'getting critical' as Greece approaches a deadline on June 30, when it has to make a debt repayment it cannot afford without more loans from creditors.