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An 85-year-old former US army engineer has admitted passing classified military documents to Israel during the 1980s, prosecutors say.
Ben-Ami Kadish was accused of providing the documents, including some relating to US nuclear weapons systems, to an Israeli agent, Yosef Yagur, who photographed them at Kadish's home.
Kadish, who pleaded guilty to only one of the four espionage-related charges he originally faced, entered the plea at a New York court on Tuesday.
He is set to be sentenced in February and could face a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.
However, a US prosecutor said on Tuesday that the government would not oppose a sentence that ...
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