Iran, Hezbollah plotted in more than 20 states: Israel

Mossad spy chief Tamir Pardo, pictured in April 2012Israeli intelligence chiefs told the cabinet on Sunday that Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah had plotted attacks in more than 20 countries over the past two years, the prime minister's office said.


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