French intelligence agents held for 'handing secrets to China'

Two officers with France's foreign intelligence agency, the DGSE, have been held in detention since December accused of passing secrets to a foreign power, while one of their wives was released on bail, French defence minister Florence Parly has confirmed, while security sources told AFP news agency the agents are suspected of helping China.

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Two French intelligence officers have been charged with treason for passing information to China, reports The Times.