New details surfaced over the weekend about the United States spying on several world leaders, including tapping the personal cell phone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Now, new information about spying on people and political officials in France, Mexico and Spain has emerged as well. It’s angered many in those countries. Some have even threatened continued cooperation with the U.S. “It’s totally unacceptable. This undermines the trust and this can harm our friendship,” said Guido Westerwelle, Germany’s foreign minister.
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A Mankato man is accused of photographing a woman as she tanned nude at a gym. The woman was tanning earlier this year when she opened her tanning bed and saw a hand over the wall holding a cellphone.
Two Americans detained and accused of spying after hiking near the Iraq-Iran border three years ago will marry Saturday in the San Francisco Bay area.
A computer thief probably thought he got away with the crime, but what he didn’t know was that the computer was keeping an eye on him.
Iran’s top diplomat says he hopes his country’s judiciary will expedite the case of two Americans charged with spying.
The families of two Americans charged with spying in Iran said Monday they’re glad that Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal were able to proclaim their innocence in a court in Tehran and that they hope the case is nearing an end.
Police say a miniature webcam has been found hidden in an employee restroom at a Des Moines grocery store.
A foreign ministry spokesman says Tehran has no plans to swap three Americans jailed in Iran on spying charges for Iranians held in the Unites States.