Germany said Wednesday it has arrested a third man accused of membership in a Libyan intelligence network which is alleged to have kept Libyan exiles under surveillance, reported DPA
Prosecutors said 45-year-old Omar K, was picked up Tuesday in the eastern city of Halle.
He is alleged to have worked from April to May for the spy ring. Germany indicted two other men earlier this month, alleging one was a Libyan intelligence officer and the other was one of his informers.
The two were arrested in Berlin on May 13 and remain in custody. The prosecutors said Libya had tried to infiltrate exile groups to weaken or sabotage them.