The United States revealed the identity of the spy, who passed the USSR American nuclear secrets

The secret identity of the fourth Soviet spy, who, along with three others, stole American secrets of the atomic bomb and handed them over to the USSR, is finally revealed. The American transferred US nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union along with three other spies, writes Fox News. It was alleged that the theft ...

American accused of espionage in Russia believes that he was framed by a friend from the FSB

American Paul Whelan, detained on December 28, 2018 in Moscow on espionage charges, had been friends with FSB officer Ilya Yatsenko for many years. Paul's brother David Whelan gave this information to our publication. According to David, it was Ilya who could frame the American. ...

'I am in great pain': an American arrested in Russia declared ill-treatment in a pre-trial detention center

American Paul Whelan, arrested in Russia on suspicion of espionage, said that the guards in the detention center had injured him. The US Embassy has requested urgent consular access to Whelan from the Russian Foreign Ministry. “The FSB is violating my rights, the prosecutor’s office knows this. The FSB continues to me like this ...

Brother American detained in Russia, told about the life of Paul Whelan

David Whelan, the twin brother of Paul Whelan, detained in Moscow on suspicion of espionage, said that his brother has many friends in Russia, although he, according to him, speaks poorly in Russian. He does not believe that his brother could break the law, writes the BBC. ...

Scandals and failures of Russian and American intelligence in the days of the "new cold war"

After the collapse of the USSR, Western intelligence officers breathed more freely, but not for long. Russia quickly returned to the arena of spy games. In addition, China began to gain strength and a new enemy appeared - Islamic fundamentalists. The BBC Russian Service recalls the scandalous stories that characterize the new way ...

'Spy, get out': five high-profile stories exposing Russian spies in the US

Amid an investigation into Russian interference in the US presidential election, the unrelated scandal with Maria Butina, who managed to get to America on a student visa, is gaining momentum. She is suspected of illegally promoting the interests of Russia ...

Canada refused citizenship to children of Russian spies

Alex Vavilov, the Canadian-born son of Russian intelligence officers who was uncovered with Anna Chapman in 2010, has secured his Canadian citizenship in court. The government appealed the decision. The Canadian government insists that Alex Vavilov, the son of the Russian ...

Among the Russian diplomats expelled from the United States were spies who followed defectors from the Russian Federation

Among the Russian diplomats expelled from the United States were spies who, according to American law enforcement officers, were tracking Russian defectors and their family members, writes CNN. In at least one case, a suspected Russian spy was tricked by a person who was under protection ...

American special services try to recruit Russian diplomats - Russian Ambassador to the United States

American intelligence agencies are trying to force the expelled Russian diplomats to betray their homeland, said Anatoly Antonov, ambassador to Washington. The Foreign Ministry said that provocative actions against Russian diplomats in the United States have sharply intensified - "American special services are making feverish attempts to contact them" and offer "help" in exchange for informal relations "for mutually beneficial ...

"They are not diplomats, but personnel intelligence officers": the US press about the expulsion of Russians

“Putin is not worried about Russian diplomats in the United States,” says Samantha Vinograd, the “talking head” of the channel, who worked on the National Security Council under Barack Obama, on the CNN website. “He doesn't need them in America to get information about us. He hacked our infrastructure, ...

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