Israel planted spying devices near White House, says report

  The Guardian 

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Report citing three former US officials says mobile phone surveillance devices were planted over past two years Israel is likely to have planted mobile phone spying devices near the White House and other sensitive locations in the US capital over the past two years, according to areport from Politico that cited three former US officials. The miniature surveillance devices mimic telecommunications
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