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Mordecahi Vanunu

Mordecahi Vanunu

Israel extends its travel ban on whistleblower Vanunu

THE travel ban on Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu was extended for another year yesterday. The move was said to be needed for state security.

Israel charges nuclear whistleblower

ISRAEL yesterday charged the nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu with violating the terms of his release from prison by speaking to foreign reporters and trying to visit the West Bank.

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Vanunu arrested as Israeli police raid church compound

ARMED Israeli police commandos stormed a church compound in Jerusalem yesterday and arrested the nuclear whistle-blower Mordechai Vanunu, claiming he had revealed more classified information since his release from prison seven months ago.

Nuclear whistleblower held

NUCLEAR whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu was arrested by Israeli police today on suspicion of passing on classified documents to unnamed international parties.

Thoughts of freed Israeli dissident turn to love

JUST months after emerging from solitary confinement, the Israeli nuclear whistle blower Mordechai Vanunu has found love and is considering getting married.

Vanunu plea

THE man who alerted the world to Israel’s nuclear weapons programme appealed yesterday for a country to grant him asylum.

Blow for nuclear whistle-blower

ISRAEL’S top court today rejected nuclear whistle- blower Mordechai Vanunu’s appeal to be allowed to leave the country.

Broadcaster held by Israeli security officers returns to UK

BRITISH journalist Peter Hounam returned to Britain yesterday following a 24-hour interrogation by Israeli security officers on suspicions he was linked to freed nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu.

Vanunu 'proud' of revealing Israel's nuclear programme

EIGHTEEN years after revealing Israel’s nuclear secrets, Mordechai Vanunu walked out of prison yesterday, and said he was proud of his actions.

Vanunu defiant as he leaves prison

A DEFIANT Mordechai Vanunu walked out of prison today, after serving 18 years for spilling Israel’s nuclear secrets, saying he was proud of his actions and complaining he was treated cruelly by his jailers.

Activists gather for release of Vanunu

ANTI-NUCLEAR activists from around the world gathered today to welcome whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu, who was expected to be released today.

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