Sunday, December 27, 2009

National Agency Under Fire For Espionage

A Somali news site said at least two officials are under investigation for passing on "sensitive information" to the South African Secret Service (SASS) and the United States's Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA).

The report claims that the African Union is probing the activities of an intelligence analyst from an East African country and a Somali-Tanzanian who works for the United Nations Support Office for Amisom (UNSOA) in Nairobi.

"(They) have reportedly been recruited separately to spy both on Amisom (African Union Mission to Somalia) and Somalis with the view of undermining the Djibouti Process and assisting the West in the War on Terror in East Africa," the news site reported under the headline "Somali Spy Network Exposed".


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