AUSTRALIA-ISRAEL-PRISONER-MOSSAD-SECURITY : News Photo

AUSTRALIA-ISRAEL-PRISONER-MOSSAD-SECURITY

UPDATING CAPTION INFORMATION In this photo illustration taken in Sydney on February 14, 2013, a woman poses with an Australian newspaper showing the front page story of Ben Zygier, as Israel confirms it jailed a foreigner in solitary confinement on security grounds who later committed suicide, with Australia admitting it knew one of its citizens had been detained. The man, identified by Australian media as Mossad agent Ben Zygier, known as 'Prisoner X', died in a secret prison near Tel Aviv in 2010 in a case the Israeli government went to extreme lengths to cover up, imposing media gag orders. Tel Aviv broke its silence after the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said the man was a duel Australian-Israeli citizen and claimed he was a spy for Israel's intellegence agency. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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UPDATING CAPTION INFORMATION In this photo illustration taken in Sydney on February 14, 2013, a woman poses with an Australian newspaper showing the front page story of Ben Zygier, as Israel confirms it jailed a foreigner in solitary confinement on security grounds who later committed suicide, with Australia admitting it knew one of its citizens had been detained. The man, identified by Australian media as Mossad agent Ben Zygier, known as 'Prisoner X', died in a secret prison near Tel Aviv in 2010 in a case the Israeli government went to extreme lengths to cover up, imposing media gag orders. Tel Aviv broke its silence after the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said the man was a duel Australian-Israeli citizen and claimed he was a spy for Israel's intellegence agency. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 14, 2013
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161643424
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WILLIAM WEST / Staff
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AFP
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In this photo illustration taken in Sydney on February 14 a woman... News Photo 161643424Adult,Australia,Australian Culture,Citizen,Confined Space,Dedication,Foreigner,Front Page,Grounds,Horizontal,Illustration,Illustration Technique,Israel,Law,New South Wales,Newspaper,Photography,Portrait,Prison,Security,Sentencing,Show,Solitude,Story,Suicide,Sydney,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPUPDATING CAPTION INFORMATION In this photo illustration taken in Sydney on February 14, 2013, a woman poses with an Australian newspaper showing the front page story of Ben Zygier, as Israel confirms it jailed a foreigner in solitary confinement on security grounds who later committed suicide, with Australia admitting it knew one of its citizens had been detained. The man, identified by Australian media as Mossad agent Ben Zygier, known as 'Prisoner X', died in a secret prison near Tel Aviv in 2010 in a case the Israeli government went to extreme lengths to cover up, imposing media gag orders. Tel Aviv broke its silence after the Australian Broadcasting Corporation said the man was a duel Australian-Israeli citizen and claimed he was a spy for Israel's intellegence agency. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)