TEL AVIV — Airborne intelligence gathering in Israel involves a technical complex of space-based sensors and strategic-range unmanned aircraft for watching its neighbors. There is much activity to keep tabs on. In Syria, a civil war rages; in Iran, a ballistic missile force and nuclear weapons are being designed; and in Egypt, the Sinai Peninsula has turned into a largely ungoverned area that is home to stateless militant groups and smugglers of weapons, drugs and humans. They thrive ...
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