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India -- "Honey -Trapped" IAF Officer Arrested For Spying

“During questioning, he admitted that he had taken pictures of the classified documents, which were in his custody, on his cellphone. He also confessed that he had sent the pictures of the documents to the two women on WhatsApp and Telegram chats.

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IAF officer held for leaking info to ISI

Honey Trapped Indian Air Force officer was arrested on Thursday by the Delhi police for falling into Pakistani spy agency ISI’s trap and passing on critical information after being lured by two women on Facebook.Group Captain Arun Marwah had been intercepted by central intelligence agencies about a fortnight ago. 309 more words

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Back in my early teens when Ne-Yo was sick of love songs, the most exciting thing me and my squad would do on a weekend, is catch the train to Leeds and pay a visit to Lush followed by Starbucks. 1,025 more words

IAF officer held on spying charges may have been honey trapped

The IAF officer held on suspicion of spying may have been honey trapped, a preliminary probe has suggested. The group captain posted at the headquarters in New Delhi was held by the IAF on the suspicion that he may have passed on information and classified documents.

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Honey trap: High level probe ordered as 3 officials return from Pakistan

A high-level probe has been ordered by the Indian government after it was found that attempts were being made to honey-trap Indian officials. A new module set up by Pakistan in Bangladesh is aiming at honey-trapping Indian officials. 7 more words

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How Ziad Ahmad Itani fell into Mossad's honey trap

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Ziad Ahmad Itani performs on stage in Beirut in 2013

Before he was arrested as a suspected Israeli spy, Ziad Ahmad Itani was a successful artist, journalist and playwright. 128 more words


The Brilliant MI6 Spy Who Perfected the Art of the 'Honey Trap' | Atlas Obscura

These days the “honeypot” is a popular trope in espionage thrillers, with seemingly every high-level informant recruited via seduction by a ravishing female spy. But long before James Bond ever jumped across the roof of a moving train in books or film, the globe-trotting spy Betty Pack was wooing suitors for classified information on both sides of the Atlantic. 38 more words

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