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Congressman Urges US, Allies to Confront Chinese Cyber-Espionage

Posted October 5th, 2011 at 12:55 am (UTC-5)
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A leading U.S. congressman is calling for the United States to join with allies in Europe and Asia to confront China over what he calls an “intolerable level” of economic espionage. Mike Rogers, chairman of the Intelligence Committee in the House of Representatives, accused China on Tuesday of a massive and sustained effort to steal […]

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South Korea Indicts 5 Men Accused of Spying for North

Posted August 25th, 2011 at 5:40 am (UTC-5)
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South Korean prosecutors say they have indicted five men on charges of spying for North Korea. The prosecutors said Thursday the five belonged to an anti-state organization named after a North Korean mountain, and have been passing sensitive information to North Korea’s intelligence agency for more than a decade. They said the information they passed […]

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Three Georgians Found Guilty of Spying Get Suspended Sentences

Posted July 22nd, 2011 at 1:05 pm (UTC-5)
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Three Georgian photographers were found guilty of spying for Russia Friday, but were released with suspended sentences after a 45-minute trial in Tbilisi. The photographers included one of Georgia President Mikheil Saakashvili’s personal photographers, Irakli Gedenidze, and Foreign Ministry photographer Giorgi Abdaladze and Zurab Kurtsikidze of the European Pressphoto Agency. The three men were arrested […]

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Russia Says ‘Anti-Russian Hysteria” Sparks Georgian Spy Arrests

Posted July 12th, 2011 at 4:30 pm (UTC-5)
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Russia says “anti-Russian hysteria” is on the rise in Georgia, sparking last week’s arrests of three photographers Georgia accused of spying for Moscow. The Russian foreign ministry said Tuesday that Georgia is trying to convince the international community and its own population that it is “flooded with Russian spies.” Foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich voiced […]

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Russia Says ‘Anti-Russian Hysteria” Sparks Georgian Spy Arrests

Posted July 12th, 2011 at 3:45 pm (UTC-5)
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Russia says “anti-Russian hysteria” is on the rise in Georgia, sparking last week’s arrests of three photographers Georgia accused of spying for Moscow. The Russian foreign ministry said Tuesday that Georgia is trying to convince the international community and its own population that it is “flooded with Russian spies.” Foreign ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich voiced […]

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