WikiLeaks: CIA ordered spying on French 2012 election

Friday, 17 February 2017
LONDON (AP) — A seven-page document made public by WikiLeaks purports to show that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency ordered its spies to gather information on the 2012 French presidential election. The document , which WikiLeaks published late Thursday and described as “tasking orders,” suggest that American spies...

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