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A Russian physicist worked for a top German research institute suspected of spying for Moscow

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2015-07-25 08:01:00
A Russian physicist worked for a top German research institute suspected of spying for Moscow

A Russian physicist who worked for a top German research institute is suspected of spying for Moscow between 2009 and 2011, according to a report in German weekly Der Spiegel to be published Saturday


The 28-year-old specialized in quantum optics and nanophotonics -- used to make high-powered computers -- and worked for the Max Planck Institute for several months between 2009 and 2011.Der Spiegel says the man identified as Ivan A. transmitted confidential research results to the Russian secret services during that time


German intelligence officials fell on the researcher's trail after monitoring a Russian diplomat who worked in the consulate in Bonn in the west of Germany, and who met Ivan A. every month, according to the weekly


German intelligence officials identified the diplomat as an officer of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service.Contacted by AFP, the federal prosecutor cited in Der Spiegel as heading the investigation did not comment on the case.Nahar Net News
 
















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