Nigerian newspaper: Mossad agent arrested in country

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March 30, 2010 13:40

 
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A Nigerian newspaper is reporting that a mossad agent has been arrested in the country.

According to the Saturday report, the man, identified as Alberto, entered the country with a forged Spanish passport.

Last week reports surfaced of an Israeli businessman carrying a Spanish passport who was feared kidnapped by al-Qaida in Algeria. He was later said to have contacted his family.

It was unclear if the two cases were connected.

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