The past few days have seen a series of arrests by both sides over the disputed peninsula which was annexed by Russia in 2014.
Siamak Namazi and his 80-year-old father Baquer were accused of cooperating with the US, according to Iranian media.
Russia angrily denies US accusations that it's launched a campaign of cyber attacks to influence the outcome of the American election.
The US has accused Russia of a campaign of recent cyber attacks which it claimed were an attempt to interfere with the upcoming presidential election.
Voters in Switzerland have approved a draft law to beef up surveillance powers in the alpine country.
Secret details of DCNS's Scorpene submarines have been leaked in an apparent case of industrial espionage which could have major financial consequences for the French military contractor.
The Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, is beginning his fifth year inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London.
Portugal’s High Court has ruled that former CIA agent Sabina De Sousa is to be extradited to Italy for her involvement in an illegal counter-terrorism…
Italian media reports say a former senior Portuguese security official was arrested in Rome following a request from Portugal.
An Estonian man has reportedly been arrested in St Petersburg, suspected of spying. He is accused of gathering classified information about the
Known as 'The Cuban Five', they were recently released by the US after 15 years in prison for espionage, as part of the thawing of relations between the former Cold War foes.
The head of Germany’s version of the CIA is being removed on the orders of Chancellor Merkel, according to domestic media reports. Sources claim
A German would-be triple agent who claims not enough trust was placed in him has been sentenced to eight years in prison for spying and treason
British thriller ‘Eye in the Sky’ raises the question of the use of drone warfare in international conflicts. As the plot unfolds, the film shows how
A muddy mishap by two Mossad agents on an overseas mission is set to cost Israel’s secret service. The unfortunate pair were operating in German
Italy’s foreign ministry has summoned the US ambassador, over reports that American intelligence services tapped the phones of former prime minister
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko. That’s the conclusion of
Russia is rejecting the findings of the UK’s inquiry into the murder of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, cautioning that it could “poison”
Alexander Litvinenko’s widow has called for Russian agents to be expelled from Britain and for sanctions against Moscow. Marino Litvinenko also wants
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, a British inquiry has
Panama’s Supreme Court has ordered the provisional detention of former president Ricardo Martinelli amid accusations he illegally spied on his
Ecuador and Sweden have agreed to allow WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be questioned by Swedish authorities at Ecuador’s embassy in London where
Thirty years behind bars but now Jonathan Pollard a former US Navy analyst who passed secrets to Israel has been released from prison. It ends one of
It was a scene reminiscent of the Cold War. On a bridge straddling the border between Estonia and Russia, suspected spies were exchanged. Tallinn
A retired French intelligence agent has apologised for planting explosives in a state-sponsored terror attack that sank the Greenpeace ship Rainbow
Guy Richie takes on another franchisable household name, one that has been in the kitsch cupboard for a while, with “The Man from UNCLE”. Reviving
An Estonian security official has been sentenced to fifteen years in a Russian jail for ‘spying’. The court said Eston Kohver also smuggled weapons
The British inquiry into the killing of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has heard claims that Vladimir Putin personally ordered his murder
Edward Snowden will not get a presidential pardon. The White House has responded to a petition set up in June 2013 using the 'We the people' site