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Congress on Allegations of Israeli Spying: Yeah, So?

With a resounding meh, U.S. lawmakers shrugged off a report Tuesday alleging that Israel spied on nuclear negotiations between Iran and world powers in hopes of spurring Congress to veto a deal.

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