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The DGSE in Paris, the French answer to the CIA, is recruiting, getting more funding and opening its cloak as part of President Nicolas Sarkozy's efforts to keep France a step ahead of its 21st-century enemies and threats like terrorism and nuclear proliferation. (Associated Press)

The DGSE in Paris, the French answer to the CIA, is recruiting, getting more funding and opening its cloak as part of President Nicolas Sarkozy's efforts to keep France a step ahead of its 21st-century enemies and threats like terrorism and nuclear proliferation. (Associated Press)

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