espionage network


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Noun1.espionage network - a network of spies
network, web - an interconnected system of things or people; "he owned a network of shops"; "retirement meant dropping out of a whole network of people who had been part of my life"; "tangled in a web of cloth"
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The secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani said Iran had exposed a cyber espionage network, accused the CIA of running it and that several U.S.
Iran said on Monday it had exposed a cyber espionage network, accused the CIA of running it and that several U.S.
Their vehicle is an elaborate 'hybrid' espionage network, very different from that of the traditional spycraft of the Soviet Union,' they said.
The Prime Minister has laid out a list of measures which include immediate actions to dismantle the Russian espionage network in the UK, changes to UK laws to better protect the country from espionage activity, and changes to the UK's bilateral relationship with Russia.
The government will now take a range of measures to protect Britain from hostile states and dismantle the Russian espionage network in our country.
Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday lavished praise on China, attacking anyone who questioned the Kingdom's relationship with its largest foreign investor, while also accusing the United States of setting up a purported espionage network through civil society organisations.
Cops probing role of two women who were friendly with Pak mission staffers &may have been part of espionage network
In the light of the new "coup d'etat" definition, the judicial investigation against a Iran-backed espionage network, the investigation into espionage activities within the army, the investigations and operations against radical Islamist terrorist organizations and the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) started to be treated as coups d'etat against the AKP government.
In real life, Washington didn't know he was going down in history any more than do the characters of "Turn,'' a new AMC drama about four young Americans who find themselves part of an espionage network destined to help the Continentals beat their British oppressors.
Set in suburban Washington in 1981, shortly after Ronald Reagan is elected President, Matthew and Keri Russell play Philip and Elizabeth Jennings, both spies who have an arranged marriage and must maintain an espionage network during the Cold War.