Ex-French spy chief admits 1980s pact with Palestinian terrorists


Families of victims of 1982 Paris attack demand parliamentary inquiry over claims ex-head of France’s intelligence service did deal with Fatah.

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Families of the victims of a 1982 terrorist attack in Paris are demanding a parliamentary inquiry after reports that the former chief of French intelligence made a secret pact with the perpetrators, reports The Guardian.