Yossi Cohen named new Mossad chief

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December 7, 2015 21:24

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu named Yossi Cohen, currently the head of the National Security Council, as the 12th head of the Mossad on Monday night.

Cohen will take over from outgoing Mossaad head Tamir Pardo, who will be leaving his post after five years.


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