Swiss investigation into spying at Geneva hotels during Iran talks

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 11, 2015 14:35

 
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Authorities in Switzerland launched an investigation into suspected spying at the Geneva hotels where Iranian nuclear talks were hosted, AFP reported Thursday.

AFP received confirmation from the office of the Swiss attorney general that the probe was launched May 6, and followed by a May 12 raid at unspecified premises, during which computers were seized.

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