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September 26, 2000
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There is “no indication of espionage” and no “intelligence information has been compromised,” U.S. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said, referring to the weekend decision to suspend the security clearance of the U.S. ambassador to Israel. Martin Indyk is expected to remain in Washington until his investigation by the State Department is completed.

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