The spokesman did not mention any further detail about the case or identity of the spies
. He also did not say if the case is related to the two spies
captured at the Aerospace Industries Organizion earlier this year.
Based on interviews with retired CIA, NSA, FBI, and KGB officers, as well as declassified and leaked intelligence documents, "Bureau of Spies
" provides a fascinating historical narrative showing how the worlds of journalism and intelligence sometimes overlap and highlights the ethical quandaries that espionage invariably creates.
According to Chinese media, over 100 espionage cases involving Taiwan have been prosecuted this year, with a recent initiative by authorities titled the 'Thunderbolt 2018 Crackdown' leading to the arrest of several spies
The famous episode is depicted in the movie Bridge of Spies
, where Abel is swapped for American U-2 spy plane pilot Francis Gary Powers.
RAM RAJ Ram Raj worked for an intelligence agency for 18 years, accompanying spies
as a guide, said a news report.
Female North Korean spies
are usually only discovered long after they've carried out their global missions.
According to spokesperson, Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) personnel carried out a carried out anti-terror raid and arrested two spies
of Afghan intelligence, a day after Balochistan government claimed to have arrested six men of Afghan intelligence agency, the National Directorate of Security (NDS).
Hanks, right, with Bridge of Spies
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Miniature cameras, the telephone, wireless devices, and computers have given spies
capabilities never dreamed of before--and then came the Internet.
THE boss of MI5 has written a letter to school children who asked him how they could become spies
Bug detector This nifty piece of kit means the tables can be turned on spies
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: Espionage Against the United States from the Cold War to the Present is a methodical, well-researched, and utterly fascinating analysis of spies
who discovered and sold American secrets to foreign powers, from 1950 onward.