In Argentina, the mysterious death of a crusading prosecutor on the eve of his explosive testimony about presidential interference in a terrorism investigation has set the nation on edge, with protesters on the streets demanding the answers they have been denied for twenty years.
Like a lurid spy novel, the uproar has also revived fears about an “invisible army” of Hezbollah agents, under the patronage of Iran, spread out across South America in a network of sleeper cells bent on fighting a proxy war against Israel by killing Jews.
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