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Lavrov tells Pompeo to free woman accused of espionage

Lavrov tells Pompeo to free woman accused of espionage

Sergei Lavrov made the comments about Maria Butina in a phone call to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Cambodian journalists charged with espionage denied bail

Cambodian journalists charged with espionage denied bail

A court in Cambodia on Thursday declined to grant bail to two journalists who have been charged with espionage for filing news reports to a US-funded radio station.

Russian embassy in UK alleges London withholding on probes

Russian embassy in UK alleges London withholding on probes

Russia's embassy in London on Sunday accused Britain of ‘deliberately’ withholding information on probes into the targeting of several Russians on its soil, as the war of words between the two countries continues.

Putin urges 'common sense' as global watchdog meets on spy poisoning

Putin urges 'common sense' as global watchdog meets on spy poisoning

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday urged ‘common sense’ to prevail in the spy poisoning crisis as London and Moscow faced off in a tense meeting at the world's chemical weapons watchdog.

Russia hits back in spy poisoning row as experts called in

Russia hits back in spy poisoning row as experts called in

Russia hit back at Britain in the spy poisoning row, demanding proof of its alleged involvement in a nerve agent attack, as international weapons experts arrived to take samples of the toxic substance.

Chemical weapons experts head to Britain in Russia spy case

Chemical weapons experts head to Britain in Russia spy case

International chemical weapons experts were due to arrive in Britain Monday to collect samples of a nerve agent used to poison a former Russian spy as London accused Moscow of stockpiling the toxin used in the attack.

New Zealand teenager tried to assassinate Queen Elizabeth in 1981

New Zealand teenager tried to assassinate Queen Elizabeth in 1981

A mentally disturbed teenager tried to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II during a 1981 visit to New Zealand and police covered up the botched attempt, according to official documents released Thursday.

New Australia laws to deal with foreign political meddling

New Australia laws to deal with foreign political meddling

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ordered an inquiry in June after media revelations that the nation's spy agency had warned the country's political elite two years ago about taking donations from two billionaires.

Belarus says detained Ukrainian journalist built 'spy ring'

Belarus says detained Ukrainian journalist built 'spy ring'

The Belarusian KGB security service said Monday a detained Ukrainian radio journalist spied on Belarus for Kiev and built a ‘spy ring’ consisting of Belarusian nationals.

Cambodian court charges two journalists with espionage

Cambodian court charges two journalists with espionage

A Cambodian court on Saturday charged two journalists with espionage for filing news reports to a US-funded radio station, which can carry a prison term of up to 15 years.

Data swamped US spy agencies put hopes on artificial intelligence

Data swamped US spy agencies put hopes on artificial intelligence

Swamped by too much raw intel data to sift through, US spy agencies are pinning their hopes on artificial intelligence to crunch billions of digital bits and understand events around the world.

‘Germany big target of cyber espionage and attacks‘

‘Germany big target of cyber espionage and attacks‘

Germany is a big target of spying and cyber attacks by foreign governments such as Turkey, Russia and China, a government report said on Tuesday, warning of ‘ticking time bombs’ that could sabotage critical infrastructure.