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World - Region
4/9/2024 5:34:09 PM
Iran has released two conservationists who worked to save the endangered Asiatic cheetah before spending five years in prison on espionage charges, local media reported on Tuesday.

World - International
3/26/2024 10:25:06 AM
Multiple Western nations have claimed hacking groups backed by China of a global campaign of cyber espionage targeting critics, democratic institutions, and other sensitive business targets.

World - Region
3/5/2024 11:18:51 AM
Turkey on Tuesday said it had detained seven people, including a special detective, suspected of spying for Israel's Mossad intelligence service.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
1/9/2024 9:41:49 PM
The Turkish authorities have launched a domestic counter-espionage operation to track down and apprehend suspected Mossad espionage cells on Turkish territory.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
9/1/2023 5:05:10 PM
A Zambian court has freed all five Egyptians and a Zambian who were arrested onboard a private jet in Kenneth Kaunda Airport in Lusaka a fortnight ago - reportedly carrying cash, gold and several loaded pistols - as the prosecution said it is unwilling to pursue 'espionage' charges against them as previously announced.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
8/29/2023 3:52:00 PM
Zambia’s Drug Enforcement Commission (DEC) charged five Egyptian nationals and six Zambians with "espionage" on Monday in connection with the incident of seizing a private jet - reportedly laden with gold and dollars - in Keneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka two weeks ago.

World - Region
8/29/2023 10:46:34 AM
Lebanese authorities have arrested a Russian national suspected of spying on the Iran-backed Hezbollah group on behalf of its arch-rival Israel, a security official told AFP Monday.

World - War in Ukraine
6/26/2023 8:19:57 PM
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has made Switzerland, the home of several international organisations, a hub for Russian and Chinese espionage, the Swiss intelligence service said Monday.

World - International
6/4/2023 11:26:44 AM
High-ranking intelligence officials from several countries convened on the sidelines of the Shangri-La Dialogue security meeting in Singapore this weekend, Reuters reported citing five sources.

Business - Tech
5/25/2023 9:40:40 AM
State-sponsored Chinese hackers have infiltrated critical US infrastructure networks, the United States, its Western allies and Microsoft said Wednesday while warning that similar espionage attacks could be occurring globally.

World - Region
5/9/2023 8:48:01 PM
The US Justice Department said Tuesday that it had disabled a "sophisticated" malware network used by Russia's FSB intelligence agency for two decades to spy in 50 countries including a NATO ally.

World - International
5/1/2023 8:25:04 PM
Germany expelled Russian diplomats mid-April in order "to reduce the presence of intelligence services" in the country, the government said Monday, in justifying a decision that triggered retaliatory expulsions by the Kremlin.

World - War in Ukraine
4/18/2023 7:06:47 PM
A Russian judge ruled Tuesday that American journalist Evan Gershkovich must remain behind bars on espionage charges in a case that is part of a Kremlin crackdown on dissent and press freedom amid the war in Ukraine.

World - War in Ukraine
4/17/2023 6:29:13 PM
The U.S. ambassador to Russia said Monday that she was able to visit the Wall Street Journal reporter who was detained more than two weeks ago on charges of espionage.

World - War in Ukraine
4/7/2023 5:48:31 PM
Moscow has formally charged US journalist Evan Gershkovich with espionage, Russian news agencies reported Friday, adding he denied the accusations.

World - International
3/31/2023 6:17:45 PM
President Joe Biden is urging Russia to release Wall Street Journal Evan Gershkovich, whom the country’s security service arrested on espionage charges, allegations the newspaper denies

World - International
3/30/2023 6:52:08 PM
Russia's security service arrested an American reporter for The Wall Street Journal on espionage charges, the first time a U.S. correspondent has been detained on spying accusations since the Cold War. The newspaper denied the allegations and demanded his release.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
2/21/2023 9:39:00 PM
The recent shooting down of an alleged Chinese spy balloon over the US has drawn renewed attention to the increasing use of this traditional technology for espionage and other purposes.

World - International
2/13/2023 12:24:00 PM
China on Monday said more than 10 U.S. high-altitude balloons have flown in its airspace during the past year without its permission, following Washington's accusation that Beijing operates a fleet of surveillance balloons around the world.

World - International
2/8/2023 8:50:18 PM
The United States on Wednesday said it has been in touch with allies over a global "fleet" of Chinese espionage balloons similar to the one shot down last week by the US Air Force.

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