Denmark—Norwegian National Gets 7 Years For Espionage, Assassination Plot

Wall Street Journal | 06/29/2020

A Danish court has sentenced a Norwegian national who was found guilty of espionage and plotting an assassination on behalf of Iran, reports the Wall Street Journal. On Friday, Mohammad Davoudzadeh Loloei, a Norwegian citizen of Iranian heritage, received seven years in jail, reported Reuters. At the end of the sentence he will be permanently expelled from Denmark. Loloei was convicted of spying for Iran’s intelligence service and involvement in a plot to kill an Iranian Arab opposition...

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