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Algeria claims Israeli spy network uncovered
According to Arab media reports, the network is uncovered in south Algeria; communication devices are also found; spies from other countries in Africa, such as Ethiopia and Kenya, are allegedly involved.

Arab media outlets reported on Friday that an international spy network operating for Israel was uncovered in Algeria.

 

 

According to the reports, the network composed 10 members and was based in southern Algeria. The members included operatives from Libya, Mali, Ethiopia, Liberia, Nigeria and Kenya.

 

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Algerian security forces also seized sophisticated radios used to transmit information by the spies. Those spies arrested are being held in temporary detention under a court order that accuses them of espionage, creating anarchy in the country and harming national security.

 

Only last month, of Mohammad al-Zawahri, a flight engineer who specialized in unmanned aerial vehicles, was assassinated in Tunisia. According to reports, al-Zawahri had been assisting Hamas terrorism efforts, and Israel was behind the incident.

 

 


פרסום ראשון: 01.13.17, 17:12
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