German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a press conference in Berlin, Germany, Monday, May 11, 2015, the day after the state election in the German state of Bremen. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
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The German government Monday rejected suggestions that it intentionally misled the public about the United States' willingness to negotiate a "no-spy" agreement between the two countries.Merkel on Monday reiterated her willingness to testify before a parliamentary panel that is looking into the NSA's activities.The agency is overseen by Merkel's chief of staff, and the Social Democrats -- who are struggling in opinion polls -- have appeared keen to put her office under pressure.
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