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Major spy scandal as five Scandinavian governments catch the U.S. watching their citizens

Major spy scandal as five Scandinavian governments catch the U.S. watching their citizens 15 Nov 2010 America has been accused of illegally spying on hundreds of people in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Iceland. Officials in the five countries expressed their unhappiness at surveillance tactics that were conducted without the knowledge of the individual nations' governments. America claims officials informed the Norwegian government about the operation which was aimed at terror suspects.