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Defendants were accused of spying in favour of Israeli military intelligence in 2013
A facial recognition app has been used to maliciously unveil the identities of Russian sex workers. Digital rights experts have warned that such technologies may undermine any semblance of privacy in the near future.
Three of the prisoners had already served their terms, says Israel
Critics say Israeli “spy” was close to completing his sentence anyway
Egypt has freed the convicted Israeli agent Ouda Tarabin in an apparent exchange for two Egyptian nationals held in Israel, according to official sources. Tarabin spent 15 years as a prisoner in the Arab country
The defendants were given sentences of up to 25 years, with two Israelis also sentenced in absentia
By Michael R. Czinkota During the Cold War, the Allies protected Germany’s Fulda gap against a possible Soviet invasion. In today’s environment of cyber vulnerability, surely all major parties have developed a plan of defence against cyber aggression. If not, they should do so. Yet even good plans may not fulfill the hopes of their …
Convicted of espionage, with the penalty being cut to 10 years in jail
A source close to the talks said on Tuesday that there was a proposal which could see Pollard freed before the Jewish holiday of Passover, which begins mid-April.
The case, one of three already opened against Morsi, comes amid a relentless government crackdown targeting him and his Muslim Brotherhood movement
Two Egyptians and two “Mossad officers” are accused of providing information to Israel
The NSA has been at the heart of a spying scandal which erupted last year.
Israel foreign ministry “not aware” of allegations, described as “obviously preposterous”
The revelations came as a senior official said President Barack Obama was considering banning US spies from tapping the telephones of allied leaders, in the wake of German outrage over alleged snooping on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s communications.
Army spokesman says that the man is accused of spying on security checkpoints
French daily Le Monde said it stood by its report that millions of phone calls in France were monitored by the NSA and published what it described as an NSA document showing a daily breakdown of the alleged snooping.
An Egyptian male, whose identity is unknown, is detained pending trial into allegations of espionage for Israel’s Mossad
Bashar Abo Zaid was accused of tapping Egyptian communications for the Mossad
Cell members were provided with an Israeli Orange SIM card to be used with cell phones
Mobinil says it respects court decisions but stands by employees’ innocence
Iranian media reported on Sunday that the Shiite-dominated Islamic republic has denied any link to the suspected spy cell
the interior ministry in Riyadh said authorities had arrested 16 Saudis, an Iranian and a Lebanese in four regions of the country
NATO’s US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) confirmed the bombing was by an Afghan agent.
Russia’s parliament advances spy legislation targeting civil groups working with foreigners
The Cleveland Clinic says he died while undergoing treatment three days after tests revealed he had heart and kidney disease
Yemeni president fires accusations against Iran
The man who delivered the historic resignation of Hosni Mubarak and served as vice president died in a US hospital