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23 June 2015
WikiLeaks has published documents it says shows the U.S. National Security Agency eavesdropped on the last three French presidents. There was no immediate confirmation of the accuracy of the documents released by French daily newspaper Liberation and investigative website Mediapart late Tuesday. WikiLeaks spokesman Kristinn Hrafnsson said he was confident the documents were authentic, noting that WikiLeaks previous mass disclosures have proven to be accurate.
From the BBC:
US ‘spied on French presidents’ – Wikileaks
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The US National Security Agency (NSA) spied on French Presidents Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande in 2006-12, WikiLeaks says.
The whistleblower website cites “top secret intelligence reports and technical documents” from the NSA.
US state department spokesman John Kirby said: “We do not comment on the veracity or content of leaked documents.” France has made no comment.
That allegation arose from documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden about large-scale US surveillance in 2013.
On Tuesday, Wikileaks said it began publishing the files under the heading “Espionnage Elysee” – a reference to the French presidential palace.
It said the secret files “derive from directly targeted NSA surveillance of the communications” of the three French presidents as well as French ministers and the ambassador to the US.
One of the files, dated 2012, is about Mr Hollande discussing Greece’s possible exit from the eurozone.