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Synonyms for KGB

formerly the predominant security police organization of Soviet Russia

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Oleg Gordievsky, a KGB agent who became a double agent for the British in the 1970s and 80s said that Budanov had drugged and interrogated him under suspicion he was a double agent in a British court hearing in 1993.
It is not KGB documents you are suggesting to publish, it is documents of the State Security Department," conservative MP Arvydas Anusauskas said.
These documents reveal, for the first time, the amount of time and resources the KGB invested in attempts to infiltrate Israel's centers of powers, which in many cases bore fruit.
Gideon Remez, one of the Israeli researchers who said on Thursday that Soviet-era documents showed that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas worked in the 1980s for the KGB, speaks to Reuters during an interview in Jerusalem
He longed to join the KGB even as a child, when - in his own words - he was a street thug in Leningrad.
George Alexander Muthoot, MD, Muthoot Group said "We are very happy that this association with KGB will help us to reach out to the rural population.
This group within the KGB didn't want that; they wanted to fight.
On both occasions she had the good sense to take me along, which surely disappointed the KGB plotters.
Another book, AA 1025: The Memoirs of an Anti-Apostle, by Marie Carre, follows the 1,025th member of the KGB youth who was accepted into the seminary.
Still, the grand champions at mixing the two trades were the Russians with their ubiquitous KGB and GRU, the military intelligence arm.
These records were made available from early 1994 to early 1996 to Alexander Vassiliev, a former KGB officer turned journalist, through an arrangement with American publishers.
One round of accusations followed the 2006 publication of Myra MacPherson's biography of Stone, wherein the former KGB general Oleg Kalugin was quoted as having claimed that in the 1960s, when Kalugin was undercover as a Soviet press attache in Washington, Stone was "willing to perform tasks" for the Soviets--"tasks" being a charged but vague term on which Kalugin did not elaborate.
CBRE is suing KGB USA, a provider of directory assistance formerly known as Infonxx, for unpaid commissions calculated to be $380,983 for a lease the company signed at 655 Madison Avenue, a suit filed May 4 in Manhattan State Supreme Court says.
In exchange, he offered Sorcerer the name of a KGB mole working in MI6.
Thanks to Lithuanian historians, once-secret KGB files are open to anyone with an Internet connection at www.