Loser spy in Miami: the story of a scientist from Mexico who worked for the Russian FSB

Hector Alejandro Cabrera Fuentes, a well-known scientist, a citizen of Mexico and a resident of Singapore, led a double game and a double life on two continents at once and with two families - Mexican and Russian, reports the BBC. He was arrested in February 2020 at Miami Airport,…

'Blinded' the US and helped Putin seize power: there could be a Russian spy in the leadership of the CIA

In the early 1980s, the CIA made a series of stunning arrests. The revelation of three prominent Russian spies - Aldrich Ames, Edward Lee Howard and Robert Hanssen - was one of the most devastating leaks the agency has ever known. However, as a former officer said…

Ukrainian intelligence released the names of more than 600 Russian spies working in Europe

The Ministry of Defense Intelligence of Ukraine has published a list of more than 600 alleged Russian spies operating in Europe. The Fox News edition told in more detail. The Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine has published a "list of employees of the FSB of the Russian Federation." The FSB is the successor to the KGB, the infamous Russian intelligence arm. List,…

Spy's wife: how a Soviet dissident turned out to be an involuntary ally of the most successful KGB agent in America

Former editor of the Russian Service of Radio Liberty, Oleg Tumanov, is called the "ideal spy": in Soviet times he worked at the radio station for 20 years, simultaneously transmitting information to the Soviet special services, and none of his colleagues ever suspected him. Friends and subordinates learned about the double ...

Declassified files: how trained CIA pigeons and dolphins spied on the USSR

The CIA has declassified details of its Cold War spy missions that used pigeons. They were trained to take part in secret missions to photograph secret objects in the USSR. Writes about this BBC. The declassified documents also claim that the raven was used to drop ...

Spies and a coup: ForumDaily journalist released a book

At the end of November, the well-known Ukrainian publishing house "Spirit I Litera" released an electronic version of a new book by the American expert, writer and ForumDaily journalist Ksenia Kirillova, "A Feat of Calculus". In the author's previous book, the historical spy novel In the Web of Madness, in addition to the intense struggle of the special services, there were ...

Former MI6 agent: Britain has evidence of Trump and Putin's connection, but they are hiding

According to the former British spy, evidence that Russia is “likely supporting” US President Donald Trump has been hidden by the UK government. Business Insider writes about it. According to the agent, the British government withheld evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably held on to ...

An American in the USSR kept a diary about the country, and the KGB wrote down his every step: now the texts can be compared

Teddy Rowe's notes are a unique historical document that allows you to see the Soviet Union through the eyes of an American. These are hundreds of pages of typewritten text that has never been published before, writes Present Tense. In April 1968, an American tourist, Teddy Rowe, flew to Moscow from Washington. ...

Either a Soviet resident or an American spy: a non-trivial story of a double agent

Journalist and intellectual, security officer and defector. Either a Soviet resident, or an American spy, or a Latvian, or a German, or Imant, or Peter Friedrich. There is still a fictitious name on his grave near Washington, according to 'Present ...

Mexico recruited Russian citizen arrested in Florida

The US authorities in Miami (Florida) arrested a Mexican citizen who, according to them, was recruited by a representative of the Russian authorities in order to find the car of a "source in the US government" and establish its number, the US Department of Justice reported, Voice of America writes. Hector Alejandro ...

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