Five suspected Russian spies to be charged in UK
British police have previously charged three Russians, who they say are GRU military intelligence officers, with the 2018 attempt to murder former double agent Sergei Skripal with the military-grade nerve agent Novichok.
Russia has 'neutralised' hundreds of foreign intelligence agents, Putin ally says
Patrushev is a former director of the Federal Security Service and is seen as a key advocate of hardline, hawkish policies within the Kremlin.
China investigates citizen accused of spying for the CIA
The Chinese national, surnamed Hao, was a cadre at a ministry and had gone to Japan for studies, which was where the spying recruitment occurred, the ministry says.
China says uncovered alleged Chinese spy for CIA
Coercive measures, which normally means detention, have been taken against the alleged spy, China's state security ministry says.
China has been spying from Cuba for some time, US official says
The official says the issue predates Joe Biden's presidency, as have Beijing's efforts to strengthen its intelligence collection infrastructure worldwide.
Havana denies reports of plans for Chinese spy base in Cuba
The White House meanwhile calls the reports inaccurate.
FBI misused intelligence database in 278,000 searches, court says
The searches occurred in the course of US crime investigations including the Jan 6 Capitol riots and protests after the 2020 killing of George Floyd, the court says.
Leaked US documents suspect to remain in jail
The case is believed to be the most serious US security breach since more than 700,000 documents, videos and diplomatic cables appeared on the WikiLeaks website in 2010.
Alleged leaker Teixeira's unit ordered to halt intelligence mission
Jack Teixeira has been charged with unlawfully copying and transmitting classified material after being accused of leaking top secret military intelligence records online.
Israel PM downplays intel leaks by 'best ally' America
He also dismisses the suggestion that his reforms push is putting a strain on relations with the US.
Airman charged as US vows to send message over documents leak
It is the biggest such breach since the 2013 dump of National Security Agency documents by Edward Snowden and raises tough questions over the access of junior staffers to high-level secrets.
Israel rejects claim Mossad backed judiciary overhaul protests
Netanyahu's overhaul plan has sparked unprecedented public anger since his coalition of hard-right and religious parties came to power late last year, and has also caused alarm among Israel's Western allies.