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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian prosecutors asked a court on Monday to sentence former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan, who is on trial accused of spying for the United States, to 18 years in a maximum security prison, his lawyer said.
SHENZHEN (AFP): Construction cranes at Huawei's headquarters busily expand an already massive faux-European campus that Walt Disney would envy, as well as an in-house "university" that trains the Chinese telecom giant's growing global workforce.
Money trumped spying as the top motivator for data breaches last year, according to Verizon's annual report on cyber crimes published on May 19.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has sentenced French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah to six years in prison on national security charges, her lawyer told Reuters on Saturday, drawing protests from the French government which demanded her immediate release.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Chinese-born former employee of the Cleveland clinic was arrested on fraud charges related to $3.6 million (£2.95 million) in federal grants, the FBI said on Thursday, the latest move in a U.S. crackdown on alleged attempts by China to steal American scientific advances.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian league leaders LASK Linz have been accused by their rivals of holding training sessions which break coronavirus rules but have themselves complained that they have been victims of industrial espionage.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court said on Thursday it was lawful to have extended the detention of former U.S. Marine Paul Whelan until Sept. 13, who is in custody facing spying charges, the Interfax news agency reported.
BEIJING (AFP): Beijing accused the United States on Thursday (May 14) of smearing China after Washington alleged Chinese hackers were attempting to steal research on developing a vaccine against the coronavirus.
Sophisticated networks of hackers are targeting national and international organisations which are responding to the Covid-19 pandemic, Britain's foreign minister Dominic Raab said on May 5, calling them "particularly dangerous and venal".
LONDON (Reuters) - Hearings in the U.S. extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will resume in September after being postponed from later this month because of the coronavirus outbreak, a London court said on Monday.