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China Tech Giant Banned From U.S. Market On Suspicions Of Espionage

Huawei Banned from US Market on Suspicions of Espionage

The chief of the world's largest telecommunications firm, Huawei, said the company doesn't need the U.S. market to reach its global growth goal.

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U.S. Reviews Sale of Waldorf Astoria to Chinese Company

The U.S. government is reviewing the sale of the Waldorf Astoria to a Chinese firm amid concerns about possible security risks.

Ma Jisheng

China Remains Silent On Whereabouts of Ambassador To Iceland

China remains silent about the status of its Iceland envoy amid rumors that he has been detained for spying for Japan.

U.S. Used Latin American Youth To Bring Down Communist Cuba

A memo revealed that a U.S. government program dispatched Latin American youth in secret and disguised them as health and civic workers to stir revolution and political change in Cuba.

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Apple Denies iPhone Location Tracker A Security Risk To China

Tech giant Apple Inc denied its iPhone's personal location information or the "location tracker" poses a security risk to the Chinese government which alleged that the software has the ability to leak state secrets as well as identify the day to day activities of its customers.

Angela Merkel

U.S. Double Agent Scandal Ignites Outrage In Germany

The arrest of an alleged double agent who passed on information to the US ignited the outrage of many in Germany and could further damage the ties between the two countries.

Whistleblower Edward Snowden Claims He Was A Trained Spy

In his first ever interview for American TV, fugitive and whistleblower Edward Snowden refutes Obama's claim that he was a lowly system administrator, stating he was a trained spy.

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