Tag: state media

China Holds Man Who ‘Sold 500 Aircraft Carrier Images’

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Beijing:¬† A Chinese man who sold 500 pictures of the country’s first aircraft carrier has been detained in a spying investigation, local media reported, the latest web user allegedly exploited by foreign intelligence agencies. The man, surnamed Zhang, began taking

China to streamline counter-terrorism intelligence gathering

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(Reuters) – China will set up a national anti-terrorism intelligence system, state media said on Monday, as part of changes to a security law expected to be passed this week after an upsurge in violence in the far western region

Spy challenges prompt China security law revamp

The mainland has proposed strengthening its national security law and changing its name to the counter-espionage law to better cope with new security challenges the country faces, a meeting of the top legislative body the National People’s Congress (NPC) heard

China Says It Unearthed a Military Spy Ring Involving 40 People

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China sentenced a man to 10 years in prison for providing military secrets to overseas spy organizations as part of an espionage ring that involved 40 people in China, state media said. A man surnamed Li became a tool for

Kim Jong Un Named Marshal of North Korea

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been awarded the title of marshal, formally becoming the country's top military leader. State media announced the move in a brief special message Wednesday. It comes after a shakeup of the military's leadership

Iran executes alleged Mossad agent for scientist killing

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DUBAI – Iran has hanged a man it said was a Mossad agent whom it convicted of killing one of its nuclear scientists in 2010, Iranian state media reported on Tuesday. Twenty-four year old Majid Jamali Fashi was hanged at

Kim Jong Il’s Death Takes CIA By Surprise

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Kim Jong Il's death exposed — once again — the alarming deficiencies of the spider web of U.S. intelligence agencies. We should know from 9/11 that what we don't know can kill us. 'What use are they?" Richard Nixon once