The cover of a former National Security Agency (NSA) radar tower on top of the Teufelsberg (Devil Mountain) is ripped in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday. The mountain, host of listening devices of the U.S. intelligence agencies during the Cold War, was built from the debris of buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War.
The cover of a former National Security Agency (NSA) radar tower on top of the Teufelsberg (Devil Mountain) is ripped in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday. The mountain, host of listening devices of the U.S. intelligence agencies during the Cold War, was built from the debris of buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War.
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published Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
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