The spy legislation will now be sent to the lower House of Representatives, where it is expected to pass easily
According to a magazine, the German government had chosen Turkey as a spying target in 2009
The Palestinian Islamist group did not elaborate on the number of people executed.
A total of 105 serving and former top police officers have so far been detained
Obama and Merkel also discussed the violence in Ukraine and talks with Iran about its nuclear program
The bodies of the ‘spies’ were taken away by ambulance in the Western town of al-Qaim
The report was in response to a report in Qatar’s al-Arab daily that three Qataris had been subjected to “arrest and torture” in Abu Dhabi
Amir Hekmati was arrested in August 2011, put on trial and found guilty of spying for the CIA
One of the closest of alliances in world affairs, between Israel and the United States, is presently enduring a turbulent time
Move signals final passage of reforms aimed at ending bulk data collection could come quicker than expected
Israel spies on the United States more than any other ally does and these activities have reached an alarming level, Newsweek magazine reports
The new satellite is the 10th in the Ofek series to be launched into space
Government snooping on the internet is ‘tremendously disappointing’, Page says
The National Security Agency developed a surveillance system that can record 100% of a foreign country's telephone calls
U.S. District Judge William Martini dismissed a lawsuit brought in 2012 by eight Muslims who alleged that the NYPD's surveillance programs were unconstitutional
The proposed bill would give the country' spy agency, which reports to Erdogan, more sweeping powers
Egypt’s public prosecutor charged on Tuesday two men it said were Israeli intelligence agents and two Egyptians
The five officers from Israel’s Mossad spy agency and the three other Egyptians will stand trial on Wednesday
He contacted Iran’s embassy in 2011 and offered to provide information about Israel, said prosecutors
The latest revelations from Edward Snowden files say NSA collected text messages from around the world
Saudi Arabia is among the countries where such surveillance software has been covertly installed
Authorities say man was arrested in the town of Kerman in southeastern Iran after months of tracking him down
There were indications that intelligence agents went undercover in online multi-player shooter games
In an attempt to undermine the jihadists with evidence of their hypocrisy
Omar Suleiman said in a recording that some Jihadists were supported by ‘foreign parties’
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