Lebanese intelligence services arrested a German engineer in the Bekaa valley in eastern Lebanon on the suspicion that he was working as a spy for Israel, Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar reported on Tuesday.
The alleged spy, reportedly named Manfred Peter Mog, was employed at a cheese factory were he was in charge of machine maintenance, the report stated.
Mog, 58, is suspected of using transmitters to pass sensitive information to his handlers.
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