France's President Francois Hollande will convene a defence council meeting on Wednesday over reports quoting documents leaked by WikiLeaks claiming that the United States wiretapped French leaders, an aide told AFP.
"The president has decided to hold a defence council meeting Wednesday morning at 9am to evaluate the nature of the information published by the press on Tuesday evening and to draw useful conclusions," added the source.
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