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Russia seeks 18-year jail term for Marine vet in spying trial
"The prosecution has made a very harsh demand, it's absolutely unjustified and groundless," his lawyer said. "To be honest, we're in shock."
Ex-German Army interpreter accused of spying for Iranian intelligence
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Radio Free Europe/Radio Free Liberty. A trial for a German-Afghan national suspected of...
Russian diplomats reportedly tried to spy on Davos while disguised as plumbers
"It is true that we checked two Russian citizens in Davos and they identified themselves with diplomatic passports, but we could not ascertain any reason to detain them."
Chinese nationals keep getting arrested for taking pictures of Naval Air Station Key West
Four Chinese citizens have been arrested over the past year for illegally taking pictures of the base, including two this past weekend
The US secretly kicked out 2 Chinese diplomats who breached security of a Norfolk military base
When they finally stopped driving, the Chinese officials told the military guards they had gotten lost.
Meet the ex-White House staff who helped the UAE spy on reporters and human rights activists
"It's very disappointing to see Americans taking advantage of skills they learned in the U.S. to help this regime ... They are basically like mercenaries."
Ex-DIA officer gets 10 years in jail for selling secrets to China
Ron Rockwell Hansen, 60, of Syracuse, Utah, pleaded guilty in March to trying to pass classified U.S. national defense information to China, and admitted to receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars as an agent for the Beijing government.
Former Marine held by Russia on spying charges says prison guards injured him
The court ordered Paul Whelan held until the end of October, as Russian news agencies reported that authorities said they planned to wrap up their investigation into him in two weeks and present definitive accusations.
VA employee charged with planting cameras in women’s restroom
Five women were recorded by the two cameras, "one of them multiple times."
Why a Russian surveillance plane is being allowed to photograph US military sites
A Russian surveillance jet based out of Travis Air Force Base in northern California has been enjoying access to restricted air space that are off limits to U.S. passenger planes since last week
Is Tehran Spying On Southern California? Feds Say O.C. Waiter And ‘Chubby’ From Long Beach Were Iranian Agents
Despite the pair's disarming appearance, U.S. authorities allege they were operating in Orange County as agents of the Islamic Republic of Iran
Marine Vet Held On Spying Charges Had Extensive Contact With Russian Military Personnel
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine held in Moscow on spying charges, had online contact with more...
Chinese Hackers Are Reportedly Stealing Loads Of US Navy Secrets, And The Navy Is Scrambling To Stop It
U.S. Navy defense contractors and subcontractors have reportedly suffered “more than a handful” of disconcerting security breaches at the hands...
Russia, Our New Anti-Terror ‘Ally’, Is Spying Inside The US Like It’s 1959
Whatever you think of all the blather about the current U.S. administration and Russia — and for all the damning...