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**Chinese Hackers Steal Blueprints for New Australian Spy**
An Australian broadcaster says Chinese hackers have stolen the blueprints of a new, state-of-the-art spy agency headquarters being built in Canberra.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation says the theft was traced to a computer server in China. It says the building plans show detailed information on server locations, security systems and communications cables.
Experts say, if confirmed, the theft will make it easier for Chinese hackers to spy on the activities in the $608 million Australian Security Intelligence Organization building.
The paper, which did not name its sources, says the information was obtained through a cyber attack on a building contractor. It did not say when the alleged attack occurred.
When asked about the report, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard called the story "inaccurate" and "unsubstantiated," but would not comment further.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Hong Lei called ABC's report "groundless," insisting there is no evidence to link China to the alleged attack.
**India, Iran Oil Ministers Meet**
Iran's oil minister is visiting India in an effort to revive Iran's crude oil sales to the South Asian nation.
Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi met Monday with his Indian counterpart Veerappa Moily. The two discussed several possible solutions to Iran's dwindling oil sales, including Iran's offer of insurance to Indian refiners that say they cannot continue insurance coverage of plants that process Iranian crude because of U. S. and European Union sanctions on Iranian oil.
Analysts say Tehran's offer would not be a viable solution to insurance problem because Iranian insurance companies are also under sanctions.
The Western sanctions, aimed at forcing Iran to curb its nuclear program, have greatly reduced Iran's crude oil exports, costing the country billions of dollars in revenue.