The Department of Justice has said that an American citizen and four Chinese intelligence officers have been charged with spying on Chinese dissidents, human rights leaders and pro-democracy activists residing in the U.S. New York resident Wang Shujun, 73, is accused of using his position in the Chinese diaspora and dissident communities to collect information … Continue reading An American and Chinese officials charged for espionage
The U.S. Justice Department has reported that a Chinese national, Xiang Haitao, 44, was sentenced to 29 months in prison after pleading guilty in January to conspiring to steal trade secrets from agricultural company Monsanto. Xiang, who was employed by Monsanto and a subsidiary from 2008 to 2017, pleaded guilty in Missouri federal court to … Continue reading US court declares Chinese spy guilty of stealing secrets
The head of UK domestic intelligence service MI5, Ken McCallum, has advised MPs to beware of China and Russia's "interference alerts," which he believes will occur increasingly often as these two countries are allegedly aiming for international supremacy. Head of MIS, Ken McCallum In an interview with the Daily Mail, McCallum said that since the … Continue reading Spy chief calls for stricter global laws
China has hacked multiple public and private sector groups of Israel in an attempt to gain business interests, a local media report said on Tuesday. The Chinese cyberattacks have been doing the same thing in Iran, Saudi Arabia and a variety of other countries. The massive cyberattack appears to be part of a long-term spying … Continue reading Why China is expanding espionage activities in the Middle East
Even as European nations ponder shutting Huawei out of 5G network rollouts over concerns about data security, the trial of an ex-Huawei employee and a former Polish secret services agent accused of spying for China has opened in Warsaw. Huawei According to Polish prosecutors, former Huawei executive Wang Weijing, 39, spent over seven years spying … Continue reading Chinese telecom giant Huawei facing legal action for espionage in Poland
A former CIA agent was jailed for twenty years on Friday after being convicted on espionage charges. Kevin Patrick Mallory, 62, of Leesburg, Virginia, will be eighty-two years of age when he is released in 2039, at which time he will serve another five years of supervised release. Mallory was convicted under the Espionage Act … Continue reading Form CIA official jailed for selling secret data to China
A British student from Durham University has been held in solitary confinement for spying in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). This undated image shows Matthew Hedges and his wife Daniela Tejada The accused person, Matthew Hedges, was detained "without explanation" five months ago. He was on a research trip in the UAE, the UK … Continue reading Durham University student arrested for espionage in the UAE
President Trump's announcement Friday morning that he has authorized the doubling of tariffs on steel and aluminium imports coming from Turkey came in a tweet that noted, "Our relations with Turkey are not good at this time!" He did not offer an explanation for the tariff hike, which raises the tariffs to 20 percent on aluminium and … Continue reading Why Trump is increasing tariffs on Turkey
In a politically loaded case that critics describe as "an eclipse of reason," American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been behind locked up in Turkey for charges relating to terrorism, is facing up to 35 years in prison if finally convicted by country's "biased" judicial system. Image shows American pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been held … Continue reading American pastor facing a 35-year sentence in Turkey
Huang Yu (born on July 28, 1974) in Zigong, Sichuan province is the man who sold China's top secrets to spies. As an undergraduate, he studied Computer Science at a Chinese Traffic Encryption Institute in 1997. Reports on his illegal activities say he has sold tens of thousands of copies of classified information to foreign spy … Continue reading The Man Who Sold China’s Top Secrets To Spies.
At a press conference on Monday 29th February, an American student who has been held by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) admitted that he tried to steal a political slogan from a hotel where he stayed before his arrest. His name is Otto Frederick Warmbier, a 21-year-old studying Commerce at Virginia University. The student … Continue reading A US Student In North Korea May Start War.