Spying


Mexico Admits Government Spies Tail Candidates

Mexico’s Interior Department has acknowledged that a federal intelligence agency sent a plainclothes agent to tail an opposition presidential candidate, even though the candidate never asked for and apparently did…

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Uber’s Top Lawyer Tells Staff to Stop Spying on People

Revelations that Uber conducted secret surveillance against competitors prompted the ride-hailing company’s top lawyer to issue a cease-and-desist order to security staff, according to a new report. “To the extent…

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Kuwait Orders Iran Envoy to Leave Within 48 Days

Kuwait ordered the Iranian ambassador on Thursday to leave the country within 48 days, Iran’s ISNA news agency reported, in an escalating row following a court case which implicated “Iranian…

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Alleged Iranian Spy Goes on Trial in Germany

A 31-year-old Pakistani man went on trial Wednesday in Berlin on allegations he operated as a spy for Iran in Europe, collecting information on possible Israeli and Jewish targets for…

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Hamas to Execute Three Alleged Spies for Israel

Hamas military courts in Gaza have sentenced three Palestinians to death for allegedly spying for Israel and upheld the sentences of three others. Sunday’s verdicts raise the number of people…

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MK Spy Azmi Bishara to Travel to U.S.

Former Israeli Knesset member Azmi Bishara, who is wanted by Israel on charges of spying for Hezbollah, has received a visa to visit the United States. He is to address…

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Report: Yahoo Gave U.S. Intel Agencies Access to Email

Yahoo scanned hundreds of millions of incoming emails at the behest of U.S. intelligence or law enforcement, according to a report published Tuesday. The internet company conducted the surveillance last…

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FEATURE: Eli Cohen – Master Spy

Fifty one years after Israel’s master spy, Eli Cohen, Hy”d, was executed in Damascus, Syria, his widow received regards from her husband in the form of a short video released…

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