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

According to a former British spy, evidence that Russia “probably supports” US President Donald Trump was hidden by the UK government. About this writes Business Insider. According to the agent, the British government has withheld the evidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably kept on ...

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Teddy Row's notes are a unique historical document that allows you to see the Soviet Union through the eyes of an American.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. In April 1968, an American tourist Teddy Row 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. Still on his grave near Washington - a fictitious name, reports' Real ...

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 a “source in the US government” and establish its number, the US Department of Justice said, writes Voice of America. Hector Alejandro ...

Declassified data: how Soviet spies worked in different countries of the world

The director of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), Sergei Naryshkin, named the names of seven scouts who for many years supplied secret data to Moscow, posing as indigenous people in Europe, America and Asia. The official biographies of these people are extremely scarce. BBC managed to collect ...

A court in Canada decided the fate of the son of four Russian spies deported from the United States

The Supreme Court of Canada decided not to deprive the citizenship of Alexander Vavilov, one of the two sons of the Russian spy Andrei Bezrukov, who lived in America under the name of Donald Howard Heathfield, who was expelled from the USA in 2010. Now, according to media reports, he works for Rosneft, ...

'A billion-dollar spy': former KGB major dies in Virginia

In the city of Vienne, Virginia, at the age of 73, the former KGB major Viktor Sheimov died, who fled the USSR with the help of the CIA in 1980, News.ru writes. According to Olga Sheimova, her husband died on October 18 from complications due to ...

“Put on his knees and threatened with a gun”: an American accused of espionage in Russia complained of ill-treatment

Former US Marine Paul Whelan, accused of espionage in Russia, said in court that a security guard in a pre-trial detention center had threatened him with a gun. The prosecutor's office and the court, according to Whelan, do not pay attention to his complaints. About this writes the BBC. The Lefortovo court of Moscow considered ...

Russian hackers hacked FBI communication system: how Washington avenged

On December 29 of 2016, US authorities announced that they were giving 35 to Russian diplomats only 72 hours to leave the States. The Obama administration also seized two estates on the east coast owned by the Russian government. The public justification for the expulsion and closure of the territories by the Obama administration was ...

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

The CIA has declassified the details of its Cold War spy missions that used pigeons. They were trained to participate in secret missions to photograph secret objects in the USSR. About this writes the BBC. Declassified documents also state that the raven was used for dropping ...

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