Netanyahu in France

Expected to discuss Iran's nuclear ambitions and anti-semitic attacks


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu began a two-day trip to France Wednesday, with talks on Iran's nuclear program and anti-Semitic attacks in France to dominate the visit.

This is Netanyahu's first visit to the country since President Francois Hollande came to power in May. The Israeli leader will hold talks Wednesday with Hollande, as well as with Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault and Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.