Israeli defence mission chief disappears in Paris

23rd January 2007, Comments 0 comments

JERUSALEM, Jan 23, 2007 (AFP) - The head of the Israeli defence ministry's mission in France has disappeared in Paris, possibly depressed over his wife seeking a divorce, the Israeli daily Maariv reported Tuesday.

JERUSALEM, Jan 23, 2007 (AFP) - The head of the Israeli defence ministry's mission in France has disappeared in Paris, possibly depressed over his wife seeking a divorce, the Israeli daily Maariv reported Tuesday.

David Dahan was known to be upset over his wife's petition for a divorce and left a letter in his apartment, which was searched by French police at the request of the Israeli government.

The contents of the letter were not disclosed.

Dahan disappeared from his apartment near the Israeli embassy on Sunday night and is now being looked for by police and Israeli security officials.

Copryright AFP

Subject: French News

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