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Secretary of State Clinton and Prime Minister Netanyahu earlier this month.(Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

• In early 2009, a WikiLeaks cable revealed, Prime Minister Netanyahu said he wants land swaps and does not want to govern the West Bank in a final resolution. [Haaretz]

• Of course, that and all other leaked documents are in fact deliberate artifacts of American psychological warfare, if you ask President Ahmadinejad. [NYT]

• A’jad did finally acknowledge that computer code did “limited” harm to Iran’s uranium enrichment efforts. [Reuters/Haaretz]

• Iran will hold talks next week in Geneva with diplomats from the so-called P5+1 group, including the United States. Diplomacy lives! [Laura Rozen]

• More information on yesterday’s bombing of two Iranian nuclear scientists, which killed one: They both participated in a U.N.-backed, Jordan-based particle physics project that Israel is also a member of. So was the Iranian scientist killed earlier this year. [LAT]

• According to the leaks, Americans were upset not only with Turkish-Israeli animosity but with how Turkish foreign policy went against its own. [LAT]





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