After the news broke that the Moroccan intelligence services spied on several French journalists with the help of the Pegasus software of the Israeli company NSO, now the British BBC reports that they are also spying on the French president Emmanuelom Macronom. The latter was reportedly not the only world leader on the list.

Pegasus “infects” mobile phones and allows you to retrieve messages, call logs and activate microphones and cameras.

Morocco denies spying for Macron. There are said to be 50,000 phone numbers on the list, and Macron has been in use since 2017. They did not allegedly spy for each of them, but they were “targets”, the BBC reports.

The figures are said to belong to more than 600 government officials and politicians from 34 countries.