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Greece’s Mitsotakis Fends Off Accusations His Government Spied on Rivals


ATHENS — In a tense and highly confidential meeting in the senate chamber of the Greek Parliament, the prime minister’s smooth, handpicked spy chief politely evaded the questions of opposition lawmakers. They were demanding to know if he had surveilled a rival politician and a financial journalist investigating powerful business interests close to the prime minister.

But the inquiries mostly went nowhere. The committee’s chair, a political ally of the prime minister, Kyriakos…



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