Interview With German Intelligence Chief 'We Must Be The First to Go In and the Last to Leave'

The new head of Germany's BND foreign intelligence service, Gerhard Schindler, 59, tells SPIEGEL he wants the agency to become more willing to take risks. He also says al-Qaida is becoming more influential in northern Africa and that the killing of Osama bin Laden hasn't significantly weakened it.
Interview conducted by Hubert Gude, Frank Hornig and Bernhard Zand