German Double Agent Stole Names of 3,500 Spies World-Wide

  Wednesday, 14 January 2015 Investigators have found a list reportedly compiled by a BND agent accused of working for the US, containing the names and aliases of 3,500 German intelligences employees, Bild newspaper reports. The 32-year-old, identified as Markus R., an employee of Germany’s foreign intelligence agency (BND), was arrested by the country’s federal…

Germany to CIA Chief: Get Out!

Thursday, 10 July 2014 Germany has asked the CIA station chief in the country to leave the country at once, an unusual move that is a very public expression of anger over repeated cases of U.S. spying in the country. “The representative of the U.S. intelligence services at the Embassy of the United States of…

EPA reels as climate-change expert awaits sentencing for $1m CIA fraud

• John Beale pretended to be CIA agent for a decade • Republicans round on agency chief Gina McCarthy Suzanne Goldenberg, US environment correspondent theguardian.com,  Monday 16 December 2013 14.19 EST EPA administrator Gina McCarthy testifies before a Senate committee in April. Photograph: Joshua Roberts/Reuters It is a story that flummoxed investigators – how a…

CIA’s most senior officer in Pakistan ‘unmasked’ by Imran Khan’s party

PTI party names man in letter to police demanding he be nominated as one of those responsible for drone strike Jon Boone in Islamabad theguardian.com,              Wednesday 27 November 2013 08.52 EST Supporters of Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party protest in Karachi against drone strikes at the weekend. Photograph: Fareed Khan/AP The political party…

CIA Sued for Kennedy Assassination Records

  By ANNIE YOUDERIAN   (CN) – The CIA improperly withheld records on five people who may have been involved in the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and his brother, Sen. Robert Kennedy, a lawyer claims in court. Anthony Bothwell demands a court order forcing CIA Director John Brennan and the agency to produce long-shielded…

Spy fears: CIA, Pentagon ‘work against’ Russia building GLONASS station in US

  Boris Zyryanov, chief of division of electric and radio tests of navigating satellites, supervises the electric testing of the GLONASS-M space navigation satellite (Reuters / Ilya Naymushin) US intelligence and military are pressing the State Department not to license construction of monitor stations for Russia’s GLONASS navigation system on US territory, media reveals. The…