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.
Speaking at annual AIPAC conference, U.S. vice president says Trump is committed to 'finding an equitable and just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.'
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