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September 5th, 2006

Shin Bet seeks hi-tech experts

Vice Premier Shimon Peres on Monday urged Israelīs security services to press ahead with technological innovation, "perhaps even on a type of intelligence hitherto unknown, grounded in revolutionary nanotechnology."


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