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Bundestag Hearings on Iraq War Involvement and Intelligence Issues Continue

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BERLIN - DECEMBER 14: Sign at the entrance to the hall in which an opening session of Bundestag hearings on Germany's Iraq war involvement and related intelligence issues takes place at Maria-Elisabeth-Lueders House on December 14, 2006 in Berlin, Germany. Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, Klaus-Dieter Fritsche, former intelligence service co-ordinator of the Chancellery and Frank-Walter Steinmeier will will testify at the inquiry into Germany's past and present government's known intelligence service activities that may have broken German law after the 2001 terror attacks. The lower house of parliament will question the alleged abduction of Khaled el-Masri, a German of Lebanese origin, by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIN) to discover when the government found out about it. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
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BERLIN - DECEMBER 14: Sign at the entrance to the hall in which an opening session of Bundestag hearings on Germany's Iraq war involvement and related intelligence issues takes place at Maria-Elisabeth-Lueders House on December 14, 2006 in Berlin, Germany. Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, Klaus-Dieter Fritsche, former intelligence service co-ordinator of the Chancellery and Frank-Walter Steinmeier will will testify at the inquiry into Germany's past and present government's known intelligence service activities that may have broken German law after the 2001 terror attacks. The lower house of parliament will question the alleged abduction of Khaled el-Masri, a German of Lebanese origin, by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIN) to discover when the government found out about it. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
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Sign at the entrance to the hall in which an opening session of... Foto di attualità 72820958Berlino,Bundesnachrichtendienst,Bundestag,CIA,Entrata,Evento,Famiglia,Germania,Guerra,Hall,Intelligenza,Iraq,Mezzo busto,Politica,Posizionare,Prendere,Questioni sociali,Seconda Guerra del Golfo,Segnali e simboliPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2006 Getty ImagesBERLIN - DECEMBER 14: Sign at the entrance to the hall in which an opening session of Bundestag hearings on Germany's Iraq war involvement and related intelligence issues takes place at Maria-Elisabeth-Lueders House on December 14, 2006 in Berlin, Germany. Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer, Klaus-Dieter Fritsche, former intelligence service co-ordinator of the Chancellery and Frank-Walter Steinmeier will will testify at the inquiry into Germany's past and present government's known intelligence service activities that may have broken German law after the 2001 terror attacks. The lower house of parliament will question the alleged abduction of Khaled el-Masri, a German of Lebanese origin, by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIN) to discover when the government found out about it. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)