French Parliamentary committee on Intelligence report calls for greater collaboration between domestic intelligence services

The Parliamentary Committee on Intelligence report is set to be released this Tuesday. In particular, it will focus on the evolving terrorist threat and the ability of public services to adapt to the health crisis, and will have a particular emphasis on domestic intelligence. [...]
Published on 05.10.2021 at 06:00 GMT Reading time 4 minutes

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