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World - International
6/22/2022 7:51:10 PM
Coinciding with unrelenting cyberattacks against Ukraine, state-backed Russian hackers have engaged in ``strategic espionage'' against governments, think tanks, businesses and aid groups in 42 countries supporting Kyiv, Microsoft said in a report Wednesday.

World - International
6/17/2022 2:26:51 PM
The British government on Friday ordered the extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face spying charges, a milestone, but not the end of the decade-long legal saga.

World - Africa
4/27/2022 12:33:56 PM
Mali accused the French army of "spying" and "subversion" when it used a drone to film what France alleged was mercenaries burying bodies near a military base.

World - International
3/14/2022 7:58:20 PM
Slovakia's Foreign Ministry says it has decided to expel three Russian diplomats following its assessment of information from the country's intelligence services on possible spying and bribery.

War in Ukraine - Diplomacy
3/1/2022 9:15:14 PM
The United States has called for the United Nations to expel an employee allegedly working as a "Russian intelligence operative," the US mission told AFP on Tuesday.

World - Region
2/8/2022 9:59:25 PM
Israel's ground-breaking surveillance technology was once feted as a prized export bolstering diplomatic ties abroad, but reports the secret spyware was also turned on citizens at home has trigged domestic outrage.

World - Region
2/7/2022 2:09:17 PM
Israel's domestic spying scandal widened Monday with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett vowing government action following new reports that police illegally used the Pegasus malware to hack phones of dozens of prominent figures.

World - Region
11/18/2021 3:31:43 PM
A man employed in the home of Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz was charged Thursday with attempting to spy for the Black Shadow hackers, who are purportedly linked to Iran.

World - Region
10/13/2021 5:07:24 PM
Turkey has detained an Iranian and a Turk on spying charges, a senior official said Wednesday, in the latest espionage case threatening to roil relations between the two neighbouring regional powers.

World - International
10/7/2021 6:13:29 PM
The US Central Intelligence Agency announced Thursday a new China-focused unit that underscored its view of Beijing as the country's toughest long-term adversary.

World - International
10/7/2021 2:24:59 PM
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Thursday the alliance had to act against rising Russian "malign activities" after expelling members of Moscow's delegation for alleged spying.

World - International
9/25/2021 12:43:33 PM
Two Canadians detained in 2018 and accused of spying in China were freed from harsh detention conditions and are heading back home Saturday, bringing an end to a bitter three-year diplomatic row

World - Region
9/2/2021 1:18:47 PM
NSO has come under widespread criticism over reports that its flagship spyware product, Pegasus, has been misused by governments to spy on dissidents, journalists, human rights workers and possibly even heads of state.

World - Region
7/1/2021 6:09:34 PM
Amesys, which is now owned by the Bull technology group, and its former chief, Philippe Vannier, were charged with complicity in acts of torture on June 18, sources said

World - International
6/3/2021 5:18:46 PM

World - International
5/31/2021 1:38:14 PM
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) used a partnership with Denmark's foreign intelligence unit to spy on senior officials of neighbouring countries, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel

World - Region
5/30/2021 1:08:07 PM
Benjamin Briere, born in 1985, was arrested in Iran in May 2020, allegedly while flying a drone and taking photographs in a prohibited area

World - International
4/2/2021 7:13:23 PM
An Italian Navy captain accused of passing classified documents to Russia says he didn't have access to any information that would have compromised the security or strategic operations of Italy or NATO

World - International
3/19/2021 7:17:52 PM
Trudeau criticized China for blocking access to the trial of Michael Spavor, a Canadian detained by Beijing since 2018 on spying charges, a case that is part of a wider spat between Washington and Beijing

World - Region
3/15/2021 8:36:05 PM
Benjamin Berier was arrested some 10 months ago after taking pictures in a desert area where photography is prohibited and asking questions on social media about Iran's obligatory Islamic headscarf for women

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