The head of Israel’s Mossad spy service reportedly is holding talks with U.S. counterparts. Israel’s Channel 1 television reported Tuesday that Meir Dagan was in Washington for talks expected to include the prospect of curbing Iran’s nuclear program. Dagan, who took over the Mossad in 2002, is believed to have streamlined the agency so that its main areas of operations are Iran and Al-Qaida.
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