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Egypt5 months ago
Egypt uses French intelligence to 'kill civilians', report says
Classified documents reveal civilian killings by Egypt along the Libyan border with assistance of France through a secret military operation.
Egypt uses French intelligence to 'kill civilians', report says
France7 months ago
Israel’s Pegasus spyware found on five French ministers’ phones
Traces of Israeli-made Pegasus spyware have been found on the mobile phones of at least five current French cabinet ministers and a diplomatic advisor to President Emmanuel Macron, a report shows.
Israel’s Pegasus spyware found on five French ministers’ phones
Politics9 months ago
Jeremy Corbyn leads protest against Assange extradition to US
Former Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn describes Julian Assange as a "fearless" journalist and condemns attempts to extradite him to the US.
Jeremy Corbyn leads protest against Assange extradition to US
Palestine9 months ago
Ex-Israeli employee faces espionage charges for 'visiting Iran secretly'
The suspect, a Jewish man in his 20s, was released from custody last month and the case is presently being investigated by the Israeli police and Shin Bet spy agency.
Ex-Israeli employee faces espionage charges for 'visiting Iran secretly'
Foreign Policy10 months ago
MI5 head requests 'public' help to contain foreign espionage threat
The Director General of MI5 Ken McCallum is set to deliver a major speech today in which he will make a direct appeal to the public for help in containing the allegedly growing espionage threat to the UK.
MI5 head requests 'public' help to contain foreign espionage threat
Yemen10 months ago
Yemen gives death sentences to five men convicted of spying for UK’s MI6
The accused had in February been found guilty of espionage for the British spy agency by recruiting and training people in a number of Yemeni provinces
Yemen gives death sentences to five men convicted of spying for UK’s MI6
Politicsone year ago
MI5 boss: UK faces a ‘nasty mix’ of terror and espionage threats
The new Director General of MI5 has used his first public address to project strength and confidence despite repeated setbacks for his service both in terms of terrorism and foreign intelligence activity.
MI5 boss: UK faces a ‘nasty mix’ of terror and espionage threats
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