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US contractor originally from Ethiopia arrested on espionage charges, Justice Department says

  • A federal contractor who worked for the State and Justice departments is facing charges for allegedly sending classified US information to Ethiopia, as per unsealed court documents.
  • The contractor's actions are a violation of the law and could have serious national security implications. This incident raises concerns about the potential compromise of sensitive US information to foreign governments.
  • The charges highlight the importance of robust security measures within federal agencies and the need for stricter oversight and vetting of contractors who handle classified information. The case serves as a reminder of the ongoing threats posed by insider leaks and espionage.
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