Just days after taking office, the new CIA Director Mike Pompeo has arrived in Ankara on Thursday for high-level talks with the Turkish government.
A declassified report released on Friday is the US intelligence community’s starkest public description yet of what it claims were unprecedented Russian moves to manipulate American…
The US President-elect says he does not believe reports that intelligence agencies concluded Russia intervened in the presidential election on his behalf.
A secret CIA report says Russia interfered in last month’s US election with the aim of helping Donald Trump win.
Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone brings whistleblower Edward Snowden's story to the big screen. The former CIA employee, who lives in exile in Russia, has asked US President Obama to grant him a pa
Portugal’s High Court has ruled that former CIA agent Sabina De Sousa is to be extradited to Italy for her involvement in an illegal counter-terrorism…
Death row inmate Kevin Costner gets a memory implant in “Criminal”, not to remember how to make a hit movie again, but as a sort of hard disc for a
Former CIA operative Sabrina de Sousa has lost her appeal in Portugal’s supreme court against extradition to Italy to serve a six-year sentence for
WikiLeaks has released documents it says have been collected from CIA director John Brennan’s personal email account.. They include an early version
Guy Richie takes on another franchisable household name, one that has been in the kitsch cupboard for a while, with “The Man from UNCLE”. Reviving
A spying scandal has confronted Chancellor Angela Merkel with one of the most difficult challenges of her leadership. Claims that the country’s
The former US military commander in Iraq and Afghanistan and director of the CIA, David Petraeus, has been fined $100,000 (92,000 euros) and
The CIA is making sweeping changes to how it operates, in the biggest shake-up in the intelligence agency's 70-year history with a focus on cybersecurity and digital espionage.
Poland has agreed to pay some 230,000 euros in compensation to two men held in a CIA jail on its soil. It comes after the European Court of Human
CIA director John Brennan has defended the spy agency following the publication of a highly critical report into its post 9/11 interrogation
Human rights groups and the UN demand action after a damning US Senate report found the government and public were misled over the torture of suspects after the 9/11 attacks.
The US waits for the backlash after CIA interrogation methods on detainees in the wake of 9/11 are described as brutal and ineffective by a Senate report.
Ineffective and brutal, those were the findings of the Senate Intelligence Committee into the CIA’s detention and interrogation programme following
The Senate Intelligence Committee report details CIA failings in counter-terror programme and enhanced interrogation techniques following 9/11 attacks.
A European court has found that Poland allowed the CIA to run a secret rendition and interrogation camp at the country’s Stare Kiejkuty military
The US Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to declassify parts of a controversial report into CIA terror suspect interrogation methods. Of the
Angela Merkel’s mobile phone was one of the most talked out issues of the week – especially at an EU summit in Brussels. Although EU officials
Bolivia is in a state of outrage after the plane carrying President Evo Morales was diverted to Vienna amid suspicions that US surveillance
A huge question mark hangs over the fate of former US security service contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden as he awaits news on asylum
The UK’s Guardian newspaper revealed on Monday that foreign politicians and officials had their computers monitored and their phone calls intercepted
Edward Snowden, the man who revealed that US agencies are gathering millions of phone records and monitoring internet data, has
Edward Snowden, the man behind the latest massive leak of US intelligence, continues to divide opinion over his fate. After copying top secret
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden has admitted he is the source of leaks about US surveillance programmes which have rocked the country’s National
US President Barack Obama has attemped to silence his critics over what has been labelled ‘Big Brother’ style snooping into private lives. He said