Pegasus spyware found on Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancée’s phone

Clip: Season 2021 | 6m 30s | Video has closed captioning.

A consortium of journalists has been investigating the use of the spyware Pegasus, sold by NSO Group. Reporter Dana Priest travels to Turkey to verify if the spyware was used to surveil Jamal Khashoggi’s fiancée. The investigation is coordinated by Forbidden Stories with technical support from Amnesty International’s Security Lab. FRONTLINE and Forbidden Stories are producing a film to air on PBS.

Aired: 07/18/21

Rating: NR

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War Crimes Watch Ukraine


War Crimes Watch Ukraine

The Associated Press and FRONTLINE are gathering, verifying and documenting evidence of potential war crimes in Ukraine, including attacks on hospitals, schools, residential areas and other civilian structures and sites protected under international humanitarian law. (Photo: AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)