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US and German intelligence 'used Swiss firm to spy on governments'
The Swiss encryption firm Crypto was secretly used for spying by CIA and West Germany for decades, a new German and American media investigation says.
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Moscow asks Interpol for location of former Kremlin official
Russia has asked the United States via Interpol to confirm the whereabouts of a former Kremlin official who Russian media have said may have been a U.S. spy extracted by the CIA. A Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Moscow learned via the media that Smolenkov and his family were in the U.S.
Iran says it uncovered CIA spy ring amid heightened tensions with US
The Iranian Intelligence Ministry said at a press conference on Monday that it had identified and arrested 17 spies acting on behalf of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Why Watergate prosecutors could prove obstruction. And why Mueller couldn't ǀ View
In contrast with Nixon’s White House, Trump’s White House is unlikely to produce a smoking gun tape. But do we need one?
CIA claims direct link between Saudi Crown prince and Khashoggi killing
Agency says it is inconceivable Mohammed bin Salman was kept in the dark about Istanbul operation.
Europe briefing: 5 stories to know about today
Everything you need to know around Europe on Thursday, August 16.
Trump opts to revoke former CIA director Brennan's security clearance
Brennan, a senior NBC and MSNBC analyst, is a frequent critic of Trump's.
European court condemns Lithuania and Romania over secret CIA prisons
Both countries hosted secret CIA prisons a decade ago with the authorities fully aware detainees were held there illegally
Gina Haspel confirmed as CIA's first female director
The US Senate has voted in favour of appointing the CIA's first female director. The confirmation of Gina Haspel, a veteran of the spy agency, follows a partisan fight among lawmakers over her role in the its post-9/11 interrogation programme.
Britain apologises for appalling treatment of Libyan dissident & his wife
UK intelligence services helped the CIA abduct Abdul Hakim Belhadj and his then-pregnant wife in 2004 from Thailand to return them to Tripoli, where Abdul was tortured. Now Britain has admitted its mistake and paid compensation.
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FYR Macedonia apologises to German man over CIA rendition
Khaled El-Masri, a German of Lebanese origin, was wrongly kidnapped and handed to the CIA in 2004 as part of its rendition and torture programme.
CIA 'helped foil terrorist attack in Russia'
A statement on the Kremlin's website says President Vladimir Putin called U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday to thank him for information provided by the CIA.
CIA told Hitler was alive after World War II
The documents have re-surfaced in the wake of the JFK release
Bin Laden files: What was released and what was withheld?
Documents including Bin Laden's personal journal and practice video reels for public speeches have been made public
Russia 'brazenly' meddled in US election, says ex CIA boss
John Brennan testifies he personally warned the head of Russia's FSB security service that such meddling would hurt relations between Moscow and Washington.
Russia defied warnings and 'brazenly' interfered in US election, former CIA head says
Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election despite warnings not to do so, John Brennan, former head of the CIA said.
China kills US sources, crippling CIA - report
China killed or imprisoned up to 20 CIA sources between 2010 and 2012, the New York Times has reported.
North Korea accuses CIA of plot to kill leader Kim Jong-Un
The Ministry of State Security claimed a terrorist group backed by the CIA and South Korea's intelligence agency had entered the country.
Wikileaks slammed by CIA
Wikileaks is a non-state "hostile intelligence service" often abetted by state actors, according to the agency's director.
WikiLeaks: CIA 'devastatingly incompetent', says Assange
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange accuses the CIA of 'devastating incompetence' and says it will give details of the agency's hacking tools to tech companies.
WikiLeaks to give details of CIA hacking tools to tech companies
US authorities say the security breach leading to WikiLeaks' data release on the CIA was likely carried out by contractors.
US launches criminal probe into CIA leak
A federal criminal investigation is being opened into the public release of documents said to detail alleged CIA hacking tools.
Wikileaks publishes data dump of secret CIA files
The whistleblower website Wikileaks has published online a trove of what it claims are thousands of secret CIA files.
Spotlight on Germany in Wikileaks CIA spying revelations
Not for the first time, Germany finds itself at the centre of a spying scandal involving the United States.
WikiLeaks publishes Vault 7 CIA files, what do they reveal?
WikiLeaks published internal CIA communications about hacking techniques its uses to access iPhones, Android and Microsoft Windows devices
10 years on: family of vanished CIA operative hopeful he's alive
Former FBI agent Robert Levinson disappeared in Iran ten years ago while on an unauthorised mission for the CIA.