Yahoo Canada Web Search

  1. Ad
    related to espionage spying
  1. Sort by

  1. FORMER ministers who advise or lobby for foreign governments will have to put their names on a public register for the rest of their lives. The government’s original Bill, which would have made ...

  2. When Diego Maradona scored against Greece at USA 1994, he famously ran over to a pitch-side camera and started screaming into it. In any case, after these antics it was no surprise that following ...

  3. B&B fans have caught on to Brad Bell's teen summer romance theme. Bold and the Beautiful fans seem to be split on the advent of Emma (Nia Sioux) and Xander (Adain Bradley), and their budding ...

  4. To write a world history of intelligence, from the dawn of recorded history to the present day, is a daunting task. To make such a work accurate, comprehensive, digestible and startling, and ...

  5. An American spy and polio

    The NationJun 22 02:07 PM

    Shakil Afridi was spying for America. As a result of his action over 35,000 children in KPK were not vaccinated resulting in a 300% increase in Polio after the Abbotabad attack in Pakistan ...

  6. The Defense Department is investigating research partnerships between Chinese companies and American universities amid threats of spying and technology theft on behalf of Beijing’s government ...

  7. KOCHI: The women have knocked on almost all the doors; travelled to Delhi and met Union Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh twice this year already. Despite promises from Indian ...

  8. Having said all this, this week’s Hitchcockian tale about a retired and apparently disturbed Israeli politician arrested on charges of spying for Iran is neither the tragedy of a towering ...

  9. Movies telling yarns about the dark arts of espionage are notoriously difficult to pull off, being cerebral and internal, which is why most spy movies are simply action movies with some ...

  10. Spying On Reporters: A Historical Perspective

    The Daily CallerJun 21 05:39 AM

    Here’s what to expect: blustery condemnations from press freedom advocates; an intransient defense of spying on reporters based on the interest of “national security”; murmurings about ...

  1. Ad
    related to espionage spying
  1. 123437 results