Report: US-Iran dual nationals jailed for spying in Iran

A court in Iran has sentenced two US-Iranians to 10 years in prison each on spying charges, news agency Mizan reported Tuesday.

Putin confidant denies plans for new KGB in interview

The KGB secret service is not being revived in Russia, former Kremlin chief of staff Sergey Ivanov said in an interview published Tuesday.

Assange's internet cut after leak of Clinton documents

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had his internet access cut off after his platform leaked documents about US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the website said Monday.

Report: US preparing retaliatory cyber attack on Russia

US intelligence officials are preparing a possible cyber attack against Russia in response to Russian hackers' alleged attempts to influence the US election, NBC News reported.

Norwegian freedom of speech group postpones Snowden award ceremony

The Norwegian branch of writers' group PEN postponed an award ceremony for Edward Snowden on Tuesday amid legal efforts to secure assurances he would not be extradited to the United States should...

NSA contractor accused of stealing highly classified material

A government contractor working for the US National Security Agency (NSA) has been charged with stealing highly classified material, the US Department of Justice said Wednesday.

Norwegian court rejects Snowden petition seeking safe passage to Oslo

A Norwegian court Wednesday rejected a petition by Edward Snowden that sought assurance he would not be extradited to the United States should he visit Norway to accept an upcoming award.

Suspected spy sentenced to three years after plea agreement

The High Court in Belgrade has upheld a plea agreement with Cedo Colovic, charged with spying for Croatian intelligence services, sentencing him to three years in prison, the court said Tuesday....

Media says espionage suspect goes for plea bargain with prosecution

Cedo Colovic, a 57-year-old suspected by Serbia of spying for Croatia, has agreed to a plea bargain with the prosecution in return for a three-year custodial sentence, Radio-Television Serbia (RTS...

Belgrade: Espionage suspect questioned, prosecutors want him in custody

Serbian prosecutors on Sunday questioned a man arrested in Belgrade on Friday on suspicion of spying for Croatia and the prosecutors asked that he be remanded in custody, on which a decision will...

HDZ leader comments on alleged espionage case

Commenting on the arrest of an alleged Croatian spy in Belgrade, Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) leader Andrej Plenkovic said on Saturday that it was "one in a number of unusual cases that have...

Grabar-Kitarovic: Serbia's behaviour, espionage case odd

The prosecutorial authorities in Belgrade said on Friday that the security-intelligence agency BIA had arrested a man, holding both Croatian and Serbian citizenship, on suspicion of espionage

German spooks monitored EU, NATO government members, report says

New details have emerged on the scale of spying by Germany's foreign intelligence in previous years on members of EU governments and NATO countries in a parliamentary committee report seen by dpa...

US whistleblower Snowden files petition to accept Norwegian prize

Former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has filed a petition in Norway to ensure he can visit the country to accept an award without fear of extradition to the United States, a Norwegian...

WikiLeaks: US intelligence snooped on Merkel's calls to UN chief

The leaders of Germany, France, Italy and the United Nations were all targets of spying by the US intelligence service, according to the latest revelations by whistleblowing website WikiLeaks.