The prime minister refused to reveal the country from which the foreign intelligence service
is in the interest of the investigation and refused to provide a specific answer either to the question of whether a note of protest would be handed to the diplomatic representative of that particular country or whether he or she would be expelled.
Speaking at a news conference in China, Merkel made her first public comments on the arrest last week of a 31-year-old man suspected of spying for foreign intelligence services
Prime Minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu, the head of Romania's foreign intelligence service
, said seven ministers will remain and new, younger ministers were nominated for the key portfolios of economy, finance, interior ministry and agriculture.
Two were spying for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and one for an unidentified foreign intelligence service
, according to online media.
Central Intelligence Agency and a third had links to an as-yet-undetermined foreign intelligence service
North Korean leader Kim Jong Il held talks with Mikhail Fradkov, director of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service
, and hosted a dinner for him and his delegation in Pyongyang on Tuesday, the North's official media reported Wednesday.
Ms Zatuliveter is appealing against the deportation order, which came after the Home Secretary Theresa May was briefed by MI5 about her alleged connection to Russia's foreign intelligence service
, the SVR, a national newspaper reported.
Kommersant said Col Shcherbakov had a senior role in Russia's foreign intelligence service
with his job to plant moles in the US, deep under cover.
After CIA Director Leon Panetta visited Sofia in June 2010, Dagan, Director of Israel's Mossad (Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations), is the second head of a foreign intelligence service
welcomed by Borisov.
Skripal is a former colonel in the Russian military intelligence, and Zaporozhsky a former colonel in the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service
He appeared in court yesterday accused of stealing secret files from MI5 and attempting to sell them to a foreign intelligence service
how the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a relatively small investigative agency within the Department of Justice, evolved from a law enforcement agency with virtually no counterespionage mandate into the United States' first organized, sustained counterespionage service; then into the first counterintelligence service; and then into the first civilian foreign intelligence service
According to The Independent, a British paper, the "parliamentary panel is also looking into the alleged involvement of the German foreign intelligence service
BND with the CIA at the start of the Iraq war.
At a December 19 press conference, he said his Administration bypassed going to a court and getting a warrant, as required by the Foreign Intelligence Service
Act (FISA), because he wanted to "move faster and quicker."
As a foreign intelligence service
, the Stasi made few penetrations outside West Germany (where the term was disconcertingly literal--the Stasi specialized in so-called Romeo traps, sending handsome young spies to charm government secretaries out of not only their hymens but the documents they typed at work).