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France rejects U.S. allegation Hezbollah storing chemicals in Europe

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France has rejected allegations by a senior U.S. State Department official that the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has stored chemicals that can be used to make explosives in the European country, emphasizing that there is no evidence to substantiate such claims. “To our knowledge, there is nothing tangible to confirm such an allegation in France today,” French Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Agnes von der Muhll told reporters in Paris on Friday. “Any activity committed by a foreign organization on our territory would be sanctioned by the French authorities with the greatest firmness,” she added. Nathan Sales, the State Department coordinator for…

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