Le Monde reveals how Israeli espionage agency allegedly exploited a successful chemical weapons operation to get French counterparts to become sources; former head of French counterintelligence agency being questioned as suspect in case.
But separate talk of possible impeachment of the president garnered strong applause as well.
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Israel has avoided directly commenting on airstrikes in Syria. Until now.
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