b_179_129_16777215_00_images_DEU131128aa001.jpegBERLIN — Germany is investigating a second case of a German allegedly spying for the United States. The country is already outraged over allegations that the National Security Agency (NSA) carried out mass surveillance of both politicians and voters.

Federal prosecutors told the Associated Press on Wednesday that police raided properties in the Berlin area on "initial suspicion of activity for an intelligence agency." They did not make an arrest or add further detail, but the daily newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported the suspect is employed at the Defense Ministry.

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