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Spy Game...

Peter van Dyk | 14:15 UK time, Thursday, 6 April 2006

Greece is in the grip of one of the worst espionage scandals in the country's history. It's taken more than a year for the government to admit that the phones of the the Prime Minister, other ministers and journalists were tapped during the Athens olympics.

How are people reacting in Greece? Has this come as a shock? Do you worry about your civil liberties in your country?

Executives from Ericsson and Vodafone are being questioned. There's suspicion of American involvement, talk of a cover up, there's even been the suicide of a senior Vodafone manager - Costas Tsalikidis - who was found dead shortly after the operation was discovered.

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