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March 27, 1988
West German police, following the arrest a week ago of a government secretary on espionage charges, have arrested 15 more people in a search for suspected spies that has now spread to a number of cities. The hunt began after Elke Falk, 44, was arrested on charges of spying for the East Bloc. She had been a secretary in the Economic Cooperation Ministry in Bonn and had also worked as a secretary in the chancellor's headquarters from 1974 to 1977.
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September 1, 1990 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With broad smiles and repeated references to the historical significance of the moment, representatives of the two Germanys on Friday signed the treaty that provides the legal basis for political unification on Oct. 3. Negotiations as tough and protracted as any in diplomatic memory were required to produce the 1,000-page document, and the result was regarded on both sides as a remarkable achievement.
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September 1, 1990 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With broad smiles and repeated references to the historical significance of the moment, representatives of the two Germanys on Friday signed the treaty that provides the legal basis for political unification on Oct. 3. Negotiations as tough and protracted as any in diplomatic memory were required to produce the 1,000-page document, and the result was regarded on both sides as a remarkable achievement.
NEWS
March 27, 1988
West German police, following the arrest a week ago of a government secretary on espionage charges, have arrested 15 more people in a search for suspected spies that has now spread to a number of cities. The hunt began after Elke Falk, 44, was arrested on charges of spying for the East Bloc. She had been a secretary in the Economic Cooperation Ministry in Bonn and had also worked as a secretary in the chancellor's headquarters from 1974 to 1977.
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December 13, 1987 | TERRENCE PETTY, Associated Press
Fighting back tears, a woman who once worked in the office of the West German chancellor tells how she gave state secrets to East Germany out of love for a spy who seduced her. "I wanted just one thing: security and a home for my child," says the 41-year-old woman, who had just separated from her husband when she was wooed by a man who later admitted to being an East German agent.
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December 13, 1987 | TERRENCE PETTY, Associated Press
Fighting back tears, a woman who once worked in the office of the West German chancellor tells how she gave state secrets to East Germany out of love for a spy who seduced her. "I wanted just one thing: security and a home for my child," says the 41-year-old woman, who had just separated from her husband when she was wooed by a man who later admitted to being an East German agent.
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