France's new intelligence structure - how would it work?

Report authors says November attacks could have been avoided if existing agencies had communicated better and not overlapped in function.

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On Tuesday, French lawmakers announced the results of a six-month inquiry into their nation’s intelligence services, still reeling from two deadly terrorist attacks in 2015. The committee’s major recommendation: create a unified intelligence structure better equipped to prevent future attacks, reports The Washington Post.