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Romania arrests Israeli firm workers for spying on top prosecutor

Laura Codruta Kovesi, Romania's chief anti-corruption prosecutor ©AP

Romania has arrested two employees of an Israeli intelligence company on charges of spying on and trying to intimidate the country's chief anti-corruption prosecutor, officials say.

"An investigation has been launched and two people have been arrested," Mihaela Porime, a spokeswoman for the anti-crime and terrorist prosecutors' office, said on Wednesday, adding that the suspects work for the Israeli private intelligence agency, Black Cube.


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