espionage network


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A cyber espionage network has been allowed to flourish in Eastern Europe, former Soviet republics and Central Asian countries since 2007, security firm Kaspersky Lab reported this week.
2 ( ANI ): The Pentagon is set to send hundreds of additional spies overseas as part of an ambitious plan to assemble an espionage network that rivals the CIA in size, U.
On May 21, 2011, Iran's Intelligence Ministry arrested an espionage network comprising of 30 individuals who were working for the CIA and another 42 CIA operatives who had links with the network.
The meeting is convened amid serious regional and international developments that require concerted unified efforts to safeguard security and stability," he said, citing the foreign conspiracy during the recent events in the Kingdom of Bahrain and unveiling of espionage network in Kuwait.
Kuwait announced on March 31 that a number of Iranian diplomats would be expelled for alleged links to an espionage network working for Tehran, reportedly since the 2003 US invasion of Iraq.
In a related context, the Cabinet expressed its full-fledged solidarity with brotherly Kuwait and backed all the measures it has taken to safeguard its security and stability following the uncovering of an espionage network aiming to target its domestic peace and harmony, reiterating the Kingdom's rejection and strong condemnation of any kind of interference in Kuwait's internal affairs.
The rollup of a Russian espionage network in the United States is a bracing reminder that espionage continues as an instrument of foreign policy long after the end of the Cold War.
Branding the US as Iran's greatest enemy, Pourohammadi, a former prosecutor of Islamic Revolutionary Tribunals, declared: "The US espionage network suffered its biggest blow in the 1980s after we destroyed it and arrested their spies, who had penetrated Iranian military and political organisations.
From the Corcoran Gallery, with its restored 18th-century Parisian parlor room, to the Textile Museum, proud owner of French paisley patterns, to the Spy Museum, which houses artifacts on Cardinal Richelieu's espionage network, nearly every gallery could, with a rummage through its closets, devise relevant exhibits.
Nor have I any access to any espionage network as to who is testing what underground.
His latest book studies this world in microcosm in the account of an espionage network to see which side nominally Catholic France would take were England to be at war with the Catholic powers of Europe, namely Spain.
There is alarm in Western capitals at the extent of this expansion of Russia's espionage network,which is far more extensive than it was at the height of the Cold War.
The information our vast espionage network acquires at considerable human and ethical costs is generally insignificant or irrelevant to our policymakers' needs.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Pentagon will send hundreds of additional spies overseas as part of an ambitious plan to assemble an espionage network that rivals the CIA in size, US officials said.
Political tensions witnessed throughout the Arab region, forms great threats and challenges, especially after discovering the espionage network in Kuwait, that was threatening the security of Kuwait and the whole Gulf region.