Israel's defense minister is denying a report that his country spied on the United States' handling of sensitive negotiations over Iran's nuclear program.
Moshe Yaalon said Tuesday that "there is no way" that Israel spied on its closest and most important ally. Yaalon, a former military chief and head of military intelligence, noted that the U.S. has never complained to Israel about the alleged spying.
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