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CRASH CHINA USA
RTRGPHL
April 07, 2001
US MILITARY PERSONNEL CHECK RADAR EQUIPMENT IN SPY PLANE AT THE US AIR FORCE BASE IN KADENA ON THE JAPANESE...
Kadena, Japan
US MILITARY PERSONNEL CHECK RADAR EQUIPMENT IN SPY PLANE AT THE US AIR FORCE BASE IN KADENA ON THE ......
US MILITARY PERSONNEL CHECK RADAR EQUIPMENT IN SPY PLANE AT THE US AIR FORCE BASE IN KADENA ON THE JAPANESE ISLAND OF OKINAWA.


U.S. military personnel check the rader equipment inside the nose of a P-3C Orion anti-submarine and maritime surveillance aircraft prior to its takeoff on a mission from the U.S. Air Force Base in Kadena on the Japanese island of Okinawa April 7, 2001. U.S. President Bush and Chinese President Jiang Zemin are reportedly prepared to have a joint commission resolve the impasse over a U.S. spy plane and its crew held on the Chinese island of Hainan.
CRASH CHINA
RTRGO5P
April 05, 2001
A US P-3C SURVEILLANCE PLANE PRACTICES ITS TOUCH-AND-GO LANDING AT THE US AIR FORCE KADENA BASE ON THE...
Kadena, Japan
A US P-3C SURVEILLANCE PLANE PRACTICES ITS TOUCH-AND-GO LANDING AT THE US AIR FORCE KADENA BASE ON ......
A US P-3C SURVEILLANCE PLANE PRACTICES ITS TOUCH-AND-GO LANDING AT THE US AIR FORCE KADENA BASE ON THE JAPANESE ISLAND OF OKINAWA.


A U.S. P-3C anti-submarine surveillance aircraft practices its touch-and-go landing at the Kadena U.S. Air Force Base on the Japanese island of Okinawa April 5, 2001. U.S. President George Bush on Tuesday told Beijing to "do the right thing" and return the 24 crew members of a U.S. spy plane held by China or risk damaging relations.
CRASH CHINA USA
RTRGO3X
April 05, 2001
A U.S. C-17 cargo aircraft approaches a P-3C anti-submarine surveillance aircraft as it lands at Kadena...
Kadena, Japan
C-17 LANDS AT US AIR FORCE KADENA BASE ON JAPANESE ISLAND OF OKINAWA.
A U.S. C-17 cargo aircraft approaches a P-3C anti-submarine surveillance aircraft as it lands at Kadena U.S. Air Force Base on the Japanese island of Okinawa April 5, 2001. U.S. Prseident George Bush on Tuesdady told Beijing to "do the right thing" and return the 24 crew members of a U.S. spy plane held by China or risk damaging relations.

KM/JD
P-3C ORION
RTXKEMB
April 04, 2001
U.S. Navy P-3C Orion anti-submarine planes are seen at Kadena U.S. Air Force Base on the southwestern...
Kadena, Japan
U.S. Navy P-3C Orion anti-submarine planes are seen at Kadena U.S. Air Force Base on the southwester.....
U.S. Navy P-3C Orion anti-submarine planes are seen at Kadena U.S. Air Force Base on the southwestern Japanese island of Okinawa April 4, 2001. [An EP-3E spy plane which landed on the Chinese island of Hainan after colliding with a Chinese fighter on Sunday took off from Kadena base prior to the incident.]
RUSSIA
RTR7OVJ
August 29, 2000
The wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, Sheryl, wipes off tears after a meeting with her husband in...
Moscow, Russia
THE WIFE OF ALLEGED U.S. SPY POPE WIPES TEARS AFTER MEETING HER HUSBAND IN MOSCOW.
The wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, Sheryl, wipes off tears after a meeting with her husband in Lefortovo prison in Moscow August 29, 2000. The former naval officer was arrested on April 3 after allegations by Russia's FSB domestic counter-intelligence agency that he had made contact with a Russian scientist and was gathering information on a Russian submarine missile.

CVI
RUSSIA
RTR7ORI
August 29, 2000
Sheryl, the wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, stands with U.S. Congressman John Peterson (L) outside...
Moscow, Russia
THE WIFE OF ALLEGED U.S. SPY POPE STANDS WITH AMERICAN CONGRESSMAN PETERSON IN MOSCOW.
Sheryl, the wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, stands with U.S. Congressman John Peterson (L) outside Lefortovo prison in Moscow August 29, 2000. The former naval officer was arrested on April 3 after allegations by Russia's FSB domestic counter-intelligence agency that he had made contact with a Russian scientist and was gathering information on a Russian submarine missile.

CVI/JDP
RUSSIA
RTR7OQT
August 29, 2000
The wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, Sheryl, listens to journalists as she arrives to meet with...
Moscow, Russia
THE WIFE OF ALLEGED U.S. SPY POPE LISTENS TO JOURNALISTS IN MOSCOW.
The wife of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, Sheryl, listens to journalists as she arrives to meet with her husband in Lefortovo prison in Moscow August 29, 2000. The former naval officer was arrested on April 3 after allegations by Russia's FSB domestic counter-intelligence agency that he had made contact with a Russian scientist and was gathering information on a Russian submarine missile.

CVI
RUSSIA
RTR7OQ7
August 29, 2000
Pavel Astakhov, lawyer of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, comforts his wife Sheryl prior to her meeting...
Moscow, Russia
LAWYER ASTAKHOV COMFORTS THE WIFE OF ALLEGED U.S. SPY POPE IN MOSCOW.
Pavel Astakhov, lawyer of alleged U.S. spy Edmond Pope, comforts his wife Sheryl prior to her meeting with her husband in Lefortovo prison in Moscow August 29, 2000. The former naval officer was arrested on April 3 after allegations by Russia's FSB domestic counter-intelligence agency that he had made contact with a Russian scientist and was gathering information on a Russian submarine missile.

CVI
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPIY7
May 27, 1999
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), right, and Rep. Norm Dicks (D-NE), left, confer during their testimony May 26...
Washington, USA
REP COX AND REP DICKS BEFORE COMMITTEE.
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), right, and Rep. Norm Dicks (D-NE), left, confer during their testimony May 26 about alleged Chinese spying on the U.S. before the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee of the House International Relations Committee. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report issued by Cox's select intelligence committee.

WM/TRA
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPIH5
May 26, 1999
U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks (D-NE) testifies May 26 about alleged Chinese spying on the U.S. before the Asia...
Washington, USA
NORM DICKS ON COX COMMITTEE REPORT.
U.S. Rep. Norm Dicks (D-NE) testifies May 26 about alleged Chinese spying on the U.S. before the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee of the House International Relations Committee. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report issued by the Cox committee.

WM/TRA
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPIEQ
May 26, 1999
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA) testifies May 26 about alleged Chinese spying on the U.S. before the Asia and Pacific...
Washington, USA
REP COX TESTIFIES BEFORE HOUSE COMMITTEE.
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA) testifies May 26 about alleged Chinese spying on the U.S. before the Asia and Pacific Subcommittee of the House International Relations Committee. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report issued by Cox's select intelligence committee.

WM
CHINA USA SPYING
RTR10XW3
May 25, 1999
Members of the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States prepare...
Washington, USA
COMMITTEE STAFF WITH REPORTS ON CHINA ESPIONAGE.
Members of the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States prepare for a press conference commenting on their report released on Capitol Hill May 25. From left to right are Rep. Norm Dicks (D-WA), Rep. Bobby Scott (D-VA), Committee Chairman Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), Rep. Doug Bereuter (R-NE), and Rep. Heather Wilson, (R-NM). Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report.

WM/ZDC
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPHDD
May 25, 1999
A staff member from the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United...
Washington, USA
COMMITTEE STAFF MEMBER WITH REPORTS ON CHINA ESPIONAGE.
A staff member from the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States wheels in copies of the committee report on Capitol Hill May 25. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report.

WM/ZDC
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPHCQ
May 25, 1999
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), chairman of the House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on...
Washington, USA
CHRIS COX WITH REPORTS ON CHINA ESPIONAGE.
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), chairman of the House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States, prepares to address a press conference May 25 following the release of the committee's report. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report.

WM/ZDC
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPHCC
May 25, 1999
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), chairman of the House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on...
Washington, USA
COMMITTEE STAFF WITH REPORTS ON CHINA ESPIONAGE.
Rep. Chris Cox (R-CA), chairman of the House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States, speaks at a press conference May 25 with ranking member Norm Dicks (D-WA) following the release of the committee's report. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report.

WM/ZDC
CHINA USA SPYING
RTRPHBN
May 25, 1999
Members of the staff from the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the...
Washington, USA
COMMITTEE STAFF WITH REPORTS ON CHINA ESPIONAGE.
Members of the staff from the U.S. House committee investigating the extent of China's spying on the United States prepare to hand out copies of the released report to the media on Capitol Hill May 25. Chinese spies allegedly stole classified information on every intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead in the U.S. arsenal, according to the congressional report.

WM/ZDC
RTRITOK
October 28, 1998
Henri Germain Delauze, president of the private deep-sea research company Comex, arrives on his boat...
France
COMEX PRESIDENT RETURNS TO MARSEILLE ON RESEARCH VESSEL.
Henri Germain Delauze, president of the private deep-sea research company Comex, arrives on his boat in Marseille harbour with his research submarine to brief the media on the discovery of the identity bracelet of French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery, in the Mediterranean sea near Marseille, October 28. Saint-Exupery, best known for his classic children's book "The Little Prince", was on a photo reconnaissance sortie for the Allies when he disappeared flying a solo spy mission over the Mediterranean in 1944. Discovery of the bracelet has sparked a fresh search for his plane and the renewed contoversy over whether or not his body was ever recovered.

JPP/FMS
RTRU55I
June 26, 1998
South Korean Navy soldiers cover the bodies of North Korean soldiers at the eastern port city of Donghae,...
SOUTH KOREAN NAVY SOLDIERS RETRIEVE BODIES OF NORTH KOREANS IN DONGHAE.
South Korean Navy soldiers cover the bodies of North Korean soldiers at the eastern port city of Donghae, South Korea June 26. South Korea said on Friday nine crew of a captured North Korean submarine, believed to be on a spy mission, have been found dead in what appeared to be a group suicide. The submarine was captured by the South Korean navy this week. The two Koreas remain technically at war for more than 40 years after their 1950-53 war ended in a truce.

YUN/JO/
RTROYU
September 18, 1996
Members of a South Korean demolition team inspect a submarine which had carried some 20 North Korean...
KOREAN SOLDIERS BOARD A SUBMARINE
Members of a South Korean demolition team inspect a submarine which had carried some 20 North Korean infiltrators on the sea off South Korea's east coast city of Kangnung September 18. Eleven North Koreans put ashore on Wednesday in the enemy South by a submarine were found dead possibly shot by one of their colleagues and another eight or nine were still at large, defense ministry said.

KOREA NORTH SPY
RTROWR
September 18, 1996
Captured North Korean Lee Kang-soo (L) is drag away by South Korean police September 18. Eleven North...
ARRESTED NORTH KOREAN SPY
Captured North Korean Lee Kang-soo (L) is drag away by South Korean police September 18. Eleven North Koreans put ashore on Wednesday in South Korea by a submarine, were found dead possibly shot by one of their colleagues and another eight or nine were still at large.

KOREA NORTH SPY
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