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Info of over 300,000 Israelis leaked as Iranian hackers target travel booking sites

Iranian hackers have recently hacked into a number of popular Israeli travel booking websites, managing to obtain the personal information of over 300,000 Israelis. The incident occurred two weeks ago…

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Iranian plot in Turkey reportedly targeted Israel’s ex-consul to Istanbul

An Iranian plot to attack Israelis centered on targeting former Israel’s consul general to Istanbul Yossi Levi-Sfari, according to the Turkish Sabah news outlet. According to the report, the Iranian…

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Iranian border guard said killed in incident near Afghan crossing

TEHRAN, Iran — An Iranian border guard was killed in an “incident” in the country’s southeast at a border crossing with Afghanistan, Iran’s foreign ministry said Wednesday. “The dimensions of…

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Nuclear talks with US end without deal in Qatar, claims Iranian report

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Indirect negotiations between Iran and the US over Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers have ended without breaking a deadlock over the talks, a…

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Israel drastically damaged Iran’s intelligence operations, Iranian officials say

Israel has deeply infiltrated and drastically shaken Iranian intelligence operations in recent months, a senior Iranian official told the New York Times. The report published Wednesday cited the recent ousting…

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Iranian court upholds Frenchman’s eight-year jail sentence for spying

An Iranian appeals court has upheld an eight-year prison sentence against a Frenchman convicted on spying charges, his lawyer said Tuesday. Benjamin Briere was arrested in May 2020 after taking…

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Large cyberattack on Iranian industrial sector targets three steel plants

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — One of Iran’s major steel companies said Monday it was forced to halt production after being hit by a cyberattack that also targeted two…

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Cyberattack forces Iranian state-owned steel plant to stop production

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — One of Iran’s major steel companies said on Monday it was forced to halt production after being hit by a cyberattack, apparently marking one…

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Iranian Guards replace commander of unit tasked with protecting supreme leader

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has replaced the longtime commander of a unit responsible for protecting the country’s supreme leader, state-affiliated media reported Saturday. The move came just two days…

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Official says Mossad foiled 3 Iranian plots to attack Israelis in Turkey

The Mossad spy agency managed to thwart three Iranian attacks targeting Israeli civilians in Turkey in recent days, a senior security official briefing Hebrew media said Friday, after Iran dismissed…

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