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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Israeli spy ring uncovered by Egyptian authorities

Authorities still searching for Egyptian and two Israelis suspected of helping gather information on the country's armed forces during the uprising that saw Mubarak's ouster
Haaretz - Egyptian authorities have uncovered an espionage network working for Israel and are searching for an Egyptian and two Israelis believed to be involved in spying on the country's armed forces, local media reported on Wednesday.

Prosecutors interrogated a suspect involved in the network, who is now in police custody pending investigation, the daily Al-Masry al- Youm reported on its website.

Other local media reported that the alleged spy ring was gathering information about the Egyptian army, who has been in control of the country following Former President Hosni Mubarak's ouster earlier this year.

The group was allegedly spying on the armed forces during the uprising that led to Mubarak's toppling...
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