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Canadian intelligence officer arrested for espionage

Ottawa: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced on Friday that it had arrested a senior intelligence officer for alleged theft of sensitive documents, the federal police said in a statement. "The allegations are that he has received, stored and processed sensitive information that we believe he intends to share with people he should not disclose to them," prosecutor John …

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Israeli explosions report having deployed espionage devices near the White House as "fake messages flavored with anti-Semitism"

Current and former Israeli officials accuse Thursday of an explosive report claiming that their spy gadgets near the White House and other places in Washington, DC, are "fake news, spiced with anti-Semitism" and "utter nonsense" , " Politico's exposé, based on interviews with former high-ranking US officials familiar with the matter, said the government believes that Israel has had cell …

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China arrests Australian writer for espionage charges: NPR

An undated photo shows Yang Hengjun and his wife Yuan Xiaoliang. The Australian government said Tuesday it was "very worried and disappointed" that Yang had been officially arrested in China on suspicion of espionage. AP Hide titles Switch titles AP An undated photo shows Yang Hengjun and his wife Yuan Xiaoliang. The Australian government said Tuesday it was "very worried …

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Maduro's former espionage chief Figuera ends up with allegations against the Venezuelan government in the United States

Anthony Faiola Correspondent on Latin America, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, Human Rights, Poverty, Globalization and Economy 24. June at 20:42 [Leer in español] BOGOTA, Colombia – In a Palace Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is said to have been full of conspirators, coats and thieves and could rely on the loyalty of at least one man: General Manuel Ricardo Cristopher Figuera. The …

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Ex-Marine asks Trump for help with Russian espionage charges

A former US Marine accused of spying in Russia reportedly made a public appeal to President Trump on segregationist senators: "He's better than this & # 39; Trump says Democrats are distributing subpoenas on Thursday & # 39; like cookies & # 39; MORE to help. "Mr. President [Trump] we can not hold America great if we do not protect …

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Espionage satellite images show Himalayan glaciers melting faster: NPR

This oblique view of the Himalayan landscape was taken on December 20, 1975 by a KH-9 hexagon satellite on the border between East Nepal and Sikkim, India. Josh Maurer / LDEO Hide Caption Switch caption Josh Maurer / LDEO This oblique view of the Himalayan landscape was taken on December 20, 1975 by a KH-9 hexagon satellite on the border …

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U-boat of the US Navy is guilty of espionage after telling his friend he could go to Ed Snowden

A US seaman was sentenced to three years in prison after admitting that he wanted to send classified information about US Navy nuclear-powered warships to a journalist who had gone to Russia. Stephen Kellogg III pleaded guilty to spy censuses on Friday. The 26-year-old had contacted, according to the Naval Court to Sevmash – Russia's largest shipbuilding company and the …

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Assange charged under the Espionage Act, poses initial change issues

WASHINGTON – Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks leader, was charged with 17 new espionage law violations in 2010 for his role in publishing secret military and diplomatic documents, the Justice Department said Thursday with First Amendment Issues. The new charges were part of a Trump Administration indictment that significantly broadened the lawsuit against Mr Assange, who is already executing extradition proceedings …

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Trump closes China's "back door" to cyber espionage – American size

P Resident Trump signed an enforcement order Wednesday to defend America's national security against Chinese cyber espionage. The President relied on his powers under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and gave the Department of Commerce 150 days to develop methods to implement new rules for American companies that want to trade with "foreign adversaries" as an "unacceptable risk". National …

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China accuses two Canadians of espionage and aggravates the political stalemate

BEIJING – According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, two Canadian men detained since December in China have been officially arrested for espionage, which could lead to China-Canada tensions surrounding the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver. Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat detained during his visit to Beijing, was accused of "collecting state secrets and intelligence services abroad" while Michael …

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