Algerian man convicted of spying for Israel

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July 8, 2007 04:12

An Algerian court Saturday convicted a man with spying for Israel and sentenced him to ten years in prison, Israel Radio reported. The man, Said Sahanun, was charged with supplying the Mosad with information on the Algerian army and a group of Islamist insurgents in the north of the country.


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