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Trudeau ‘concerned’ as China suspects Canadian of spying

Trudeau reiterated that Canada considers China to have arbitrarily detained both Kovrig and Spavor.

MH17: Anthony Loke rubbishes influence of Russian operatives

Australian news portal ABC says observers were surprised when Malaysia said there is 'inconclusive evidence' connecting Russian military to the missile that brought down the MH17 plane.

Australia slams Russia over MH17 spy scandal

Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne condemned Russia after its operatives tried to hack files relating to the probe on the downing of the Malaysia Airlines plane.

Russian spy saga shows darker side of Dutch ‘city of peace’

The Netherlands has found itself in Russian crosshairs too during the investigation into the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in 2014.

Russian suspects’ claims over spy attack spark mockery in UK

Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov denied being members of Russian military intelligence, telling the Kremlin-backed RT news network they were in the English city purely as tourists.

US accuses China of ‘super aggressive’ spy campaign on LinkedIn

US intelligence and law enforcement officials have told LinkedIn, owned by Microsoft Corp., about China’s "super aggressive" efforts on the site.

Brussels now larger den of spies than Vienna, Austrian official says

Peter Gridling believes that there are more spies in Brussels than in Vienna.

South Korea jails ex-spy chiefs for funnelling agency money to Park

The trio were convicted of diverting a total of 3.5 billion won ($3.2 million) to Park while they each served as head of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) under the then-president between 2013 and 2016.

Pyongyang’s intelligence network active in Malaysia

Many are in the country as IT specialists, tasked with gathering information and data for the republic.

Malaysia regional hub for North Korean spies

Visa-free entry allows North Korean intelligence agents to be more active in Malaysia than in any other country in Southeast Asia.

Kim Jong Nam killing: Second suspect an Indonesian

Police say both women were detained after being identified positively based on CCTV footage from klia2.

MACC plants ‘spies’ in govt depts, GLCs

Highly-trained officers blend in to organisations and remain undetectable even by fellow MACC officers during raids, says report.

‘Bar can’t be limited to bread and butter issues’

Bar Council President Steven Thiru says it also has other objectives like giving views on laws, law reform and legal aid issues.

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