The Washington Post writes, outlining a list of “ten prime ministers, three presidents and one king” whose cell phones would be intercepted
There would also be French President Emmanuel Macron among the people spied on with the Pegasus software produced by the Israeli Nso. The Washington Post writes, drawing up a list of “ten prime ministers, three presidents and one king” whose cell phones would be intercepted.
In addition to Macron, Iraqi President Barham Salih and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa would have been hit. The list also includes three premier in office, the Pakistani Imran Khan, the Egyptian Mostafa Madbouly and the Moroccan Saad-Eddine El Othmani.
Among the former prime ministers are the names of the Lebanese Saad Hariri, the Ugandan Ruhakana Rugunda and the Belgian Charles Michel. King Mohammed VI of Morocco was also intercepted, according to the Washington Post.