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U.S. civilian intelligence analyst turned Israeli spy

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Jonathan Pollard: U.S. civilian intelligence analyst turned Israeli spy
Jonathan Jay Pollard is a former intelligence analyst for the United States government. In 1987, as part of a plea agreement, Pollard pleaded guilty to spying for and providing top-secret classified information to Israel. He was sentenced to life in prison for violations of the Espionage Act.

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Gatwick CCO: Pre-departure testing would give more freedom [Video]

Gatwick CCO: Pre-departure testing would give more freedom

Gatwick Airport's Chief Commercial Officer Jonathan Pollard has welcomed the change in Covid quarantine rules for travellers entering England. However, he said the only way to ensure people travel..

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