Iran has arrested a "spy" involved in the nuclear negotiations with world powers but has not yet formally charged the suspect, the judiciary's spokesman told reporters on Sunday."(News of) the arrest of the infiltrating spy is true.
Germany announced Wednesday it is replacing the head of its foreign intelligence service, which has been rocked by revelations it helped the US National Security Agency spy on European targets.
One a former KGB agent and the other a shady businessman: Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun were accused Thursday of murdering ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London with radioactive tea most likely on orders from the Kremlin.
A British judge's findings that the Russian state was "probably" involved in the poisoning of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko is "extremely disturbing", the office of Prime Minister David Cameron said Thursday.
Britain on Thursday summoned the Russian ambassador after a report into the radiation poisoning murder of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko and imposed asset freezes on the two men identified as the perpetrators.
British police said Thursday they still wanted the extradition of the two main suspects in the killing of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in London following a British inquiry's report.
Moscow on Thursday slammed the results of a British inquiry into the poisoning death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko after the findings said President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the killing.
Russian lawmaker Andrei Lugovoi said Thursday that a British inquiry's charges that he poisoned former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006 were absurd and directed against Moscow.
The widow of Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko on Thursday called for sanctions against Russia and a travel ban on President Vladimir Putin after a British judge concluded Moscow was "probably" behind his murder.
Azerbaijani tanks on Wednesday shelled positions in the breakaway Nagorny Karabakh region for the first time in more than 20 years, the rebel defence ministry said, as Armenia arrested a former army officer accused of spying for its archfoe.
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Jonathan Pollard, the American spy who sold US secrets to Israel, was freed Friday after 30 years in jail as his lawyers went to court to challenge parole conditions that let the state track his every movement.
The new synagogue's sanctuary in Israeli-annexed east Jerusalem is not named for a Jewish patriarch or major donor, but instead for a shaggy, bespectacled man who has spent 30 years in a US prison.
Jonathan Pollard, who has spent 30 years in prison for passing US secrets to Israel, is being released on parole Friday, ending a saga that bitterly divided two close allies. Here is the background on the case:Who is Pollard?
Two Chinese American scientists who were indicted by the United States for spying only to see their charges abruptly abandoned spoke out Tuesday against the ordeal they had been put through.
An investigation has found that there are more than 20 fake phone towers known as "Stingrays" operating throughout Britain's capital city, spying on phone users and indiscriminately collecting information from them. It is uncertain who owns them.
The Ofek-9 was successfully launched into space on June 22. The first transmission received today confirmed that the high-tech spy satellite had established and maintained orbit.
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Bond through the years: (From left) Sean Connery as James Bond in "From Russia With Love" (1963). David Niven as James Bond in Bond spoof based loosely on Ian Flemming's story, "Casino Royale" (1967). Roger Moore as James Bond in "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977). George Lazenby as James Bond in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969). Timothy Dalton as James bond in "Licence to Kill" (1989). Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in "Golden Eye" (1995). Daniel Craig as James Bond in "Casino Royale." (2006).
A model of the M16 building in London. The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), commonly known as MI6 (Military Intelligence, Section 6), is the British intelligence agency which supplies the British Government with foreign intelligence.