Belgian Minister for Public Enterprises and Development Cooperation Jean-Pascal Labille (L) and Didier Bellens, chief executive officer of Belgium's telecom operator Belgacom hold a joint news ... more 
Belgian Minister for Public Enterprises and Development Cooperation Jean-Pascal Labille (L) and Didier Bellens, chief executive officer of Belgium's telecom operator Belgacom hold a joint news conference at Belgacom headquarters in Brussels September 16, 2013. Belgium said on Monday it was investigating suspected foreign state espionage against its main telecoms company, which is the top carrier of voice traffic in Africa and the Middle East, and a newspaper pointed the finger at the United States. Federal prosecutors said in a statement that the former state telecoms monopoly Belgacom had filed a complaint in July about the hacking of several servers and computers. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TELECOMS CRIME LAW) less 
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Mon, Sep 16, 2013 8:24 AM EDT