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15 Jan
Security forces appeared to have quelled massive riots in Kazakhstan although the political situation remains volatile. Karim Massimo, a close ally of former president Nursultan Nazarbayev, is now suspected of treason.
13 Aug 2021
The scientist has been accused of providing secret information to a foreign citizen. Russia has been experimenting with hypersonic weapons to expand its military capabilities.
17 Jul 2021
The opposition leader's wife reported the presence of armed officers at their residence live on Twitter. Authorities have meanwhile arrested Guaido's close ally Freddy Guevara on charges of terrorism and treason.
12 Apr 2021
The Saudi soldiers committed "the crime of high treason in cooperation with the enemy," officials said, but did not specify who the enemy was.
22 Dec 2019
Self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido said the trial was another attempt by Nicolas Maduro to take over the opposition-led legislature. The move comes as the opposition has been weakened by corruption scandals.
12 Oct 2018
Senator Marafa accuses Zamfara Gov, Abdulaziz Yari of treason.
7 Sep 2017
Cambodia's main opposition leader is facing charges of treason, accused of "colluding with foreigners".
24 Mar 2017
Denis Voronenkov, who had fled to Ukraine and was a key witness in a treason case against former President Viktor Yanukovich, has been killed outside a hotel in Kiev.
21 Mar 2017
Alleged treason - Nnamdi Kanu, others to know fate April 25th.

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