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China will Continue Stealing US Air Force Secrets, says Top Air Force Commander

"They'll steal technology so they avoid the challenges that we faced."

National Security Education Day: Lesson on Espionage

National Security Education Day: Lesson on Espionage

China celebrated its first National Security Education Day last Friday by setting up posters in Xicheng, warning women against falling for handsome foreign men who might turn out to be spies.

Britain National Archives Releases Classified Documents

Chinese Man Sentenced to Death for Selling State Secrets

A Chinese man received a death sentence for giving away more than 150,000 documents containing classified information to an unknown foreign agency.

Former Russian Policeman Convicted Of Spying For CIA

Former Russian Policeman Convicted Due To Spying For CIA

Evgeny Chistov, a former Russian policeman, was convicted yesterday due to high treason of spying for the CIA, according to an official statement by the FSB, Russia's Federal Security Service.

Cyber Espionage / Hacking

U.S. Indicts 6 Chinese Citizens Over Economic Espionage Charges

The United States indicted six Chinese citizens over economic espionage charges. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice said the suspects stole corporate secrets from American companies developing technology for the military.

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key

New Zealand Plotted To Spy On China For The U.S., According to Leaked Documents

Did New Zealand Prime Minister John Key have a "double face" when dealing with China? Such a doubt on the sincerity of Key surfaced after reports showed that Wellington possibly breached the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and the 1963 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.


Starbucks Accuses Walk-In Asian Customers Of Spying For China

David Lui, a California resident, recounts a bad experience he and another Asian friend experienced when they went to the Starbuck's new Reserve Roastery on Capitol Hill on March 11.

Parents of Muhammad Musallam

Kin Of Palestinian Killed By ISIS Deny He Was An Israeli Spy

The family of a male Palestinian, who was shot and killed in the hands of the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, in Syria, refutes the claim that he was an Israeli spy.

Security cameras infront of giant portrait of former Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Nov. 11, 2012.

Two Men Caught Selling Military Secrets To Foreign Spies Sent To Jail

Two men, who were convicted for selling military secrets to foreign spies, including hundreds of pictures of of the country's lone aircraft carrier, are now serving their prison sentences in Beijing, China.

Nicolas Maduro

Venezuela Detains U.S. Citizen For Spying

Tensions between Venezuela and the U.S. are gradually increasing after Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro announced the arrest of an American pilot in the western state of Tachira for alleged espionage.

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria

Signs Of Tension Between Foreign ISIS Forces Emerge Amid Betrayal Accusations

Some foreign members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) are reportedly fighting over ranks as signs of tension and power struggles within the extremist group start to emerge.

Simeon Garratt

Canadian Woman Jailed In China For Alleged Spying Released On Bail

A Canadian woman has been behind bars in a government-owned detention center in China as she was taken in due to spying suspicion allegations but she has already been released on bail and will still attend a pending trial, China's Foreign Ministry confirms.

NSA DIrector Michael Rogers

NSA Abused Power by Spying on Wives, Girlfriends

The National Security Agency (NSA) was forced to admit on Christmas Eve how it wrongly spied on Americans in a list it released as a result of a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).


Russian Hackers Intercept Home Webcams In U.K.

Russian hackers have managed to intercept up to 600 webcams in the U.K. and have started streaming the live action on dedicated website.

Canada-China Ties

Ottawa Still Wary Of Beijing Despite 3 Premiers’ Visit To China

Ottawa is still wary of Beijing despite sending three premiers this week to the Chinese capital for the APEC summit.

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