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THE former head of the Pentagon's real life X-Files programme revealed that defence officials released top secret UFO videos to the public - in a bid to find answers. Luis Elizondo, the former head of the top secret programme, said that two mysterious videos of UFO encounters, published late last year were ...
On Tuesday, U.S. intelligence officers from the CIA, FBI and NSA told the Senate Intelligence Committee that the U.S. shouldn't use products from the likes of ZTE and Huawei. Last week two U.S. senators proposed bills to block the use of Huawei and ZTE equipment. "As a publicly traded company, we are ...

He added that two US intelligence officers visited Iran secretly under various pretexts, including the establishment of an environmental organisation. Based on the documents seen, the US is said to have established the organisation ten years ago in Iran to spy on the country's defence and missile activities.
Time and again, hopeful U.S. intelligence officers have been taken in by clever Russian offensive counterintelligence operations: it's something of a venerable, if unwanted, tradition in Washington, which never seems to learn (at least not for very long) just how slippery and cunning Russians can be when it ...
Tehran - Iran's official IRNA news agency reports that a dual Iranian and Canadian citizen who killed himself in custody was sending information to the U.S. and Israeli intelligence services. The report Tuesday says Kavous Seyed-Emami, a university professor, was in custody for passing information on ...
... of the country pretending to observe environmental issues but, in fact "it was for monitoring the country's missile activities and they were sending images and information to foreigners." Dolatabdi said Seyed-Emami hosted one of two U.S. intelligence officers during their visit to Iran. He didn't elaborate.

Since then, at least four Russians with espionage and underworld connections have approached US intelligence officers offering this video for substantial amounts of money. Reportedly, the Russian middle-man was given several chances to deliver what he had promised. The last time he was asked and ...
The Real News names other former U.S. intelligence officers who can be seen on television and points out that these hires are not always friendly to journalists. Michael Hayden, who was the director of both the CIA and the National Security Agency, was hired as a CNN national security analyst, though he ...
But veteran and retired U.S. intelligence officers say the presence of all three Russian officials in Washington at the same time, and at a time of intense scrutiny over Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, is highly unusual. "I can't recall any time in the last 15 years" that all ...
"But veteran and retired U.S. intelligence officers say the presence of all three Russian officials in Washington at the same time, and at a time of intense scrutiny over Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, is highly unusual." More unusual, and unexplained, is that a sanctioned ...
A description of the meeting sent to U.S. intelligence officers portrayed Russia as a partner willing to work with the United States and said the countries should look for ways to cooperate on counterterrorism issues. There is now friction between the operational elements of the U.S. Intelligence Community, ...
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team reportedly asked top U.S. intelligence officers if President Donald Trump attempted to obstruct justice in the Russia investigation that has shadowed his first year in office. CIA director Mike Pompeo, a significant Trump ally, met with the special counsel's team last year ...
Retired CIA officer-turned political activist Ray Mcgovern has obtained new, documented proof about the methods employed by the US intelligence officers who sought to interfere in the 2016 election, and on how pro-Clinton FBI staffers now involved in the Trump-Russia collusion investigation worked to try ...
McGovern's report, which came out last week, provided new, documented proof on some of the ways US intelligence officers attempted to interfere in the 2016 election, and on how pro-Clinton FBI staffers now involved in the alleged Trump-Russia collusion investigation worked to try to immunize former ...
That law, from the FISA Amendments Act, addresses how U.S. spies collect information on foreigners overseas. If the National Security Agency is monitoring a Russian spy within Russia and he gets a call from an American, Section 702 permits U.S. intelligence officers to continue listening without asking a ...
... a flagrant war crime that has produced the greatest humanitarian catastrophe on the face of the planet. US Air Force planes are flying refueling missions that keep Saudi fighter bombers in the air, while US intelligence officers are assisting in the targeting of airstrikes and US warships are backing a Saudi ...
Jim Angleton was one of the most complex and controversial intelligence officers of the 20th century. Born in December 1917 and educated at a public school in England and at Yale University, Angleton joined the US "Office of Strategic Services" during the Second World War, serving in London (where he ...

Now it's time for the 2017 entries to be announced in a year that has seen Generation Z, dab and fidget spinner become prominent words in the English language. Every year, candidates for Word of the Year are debated and one is eventually chosen that is judged to reflect the ethos, mood or ...
This breach put U.S. intelligence officers and their identities at risk. facebook and twitter were previously selling users' personal data to third parties, including to law enforcement and the U.S. government, presumably for surveillance and tracking purposes. Facebook and Twitter have since changed their ...
But U.S. intelligence officers also warned that it would be difficult to ensure Russia's compliance with any deal. "We said 'thank you very much but now is not the time for this,'" a senior State Department official said on condition of anonymity. "The decision to walk away from the offer could prove fateful," says ...
Cher is most likely referring to recent reports that the White House and CIA are considering proposals to allow former US intelligence officers to run privatized covert actions, intelligence gathering, and propaganda missions. Yes, what a terrible idea. Because our existing CIA, FBI, IRS and deep state are ...
the White House and CIA have been considering a package of secret proposals to allow former US intelligence officers to run privatized covert actions, intelligence gathering, and propaganda missions, according to three sources who've been briefed on or have direct knowledge of the proposals.
the White House and the CIA are supposedly thinking about outsourcing certain covert operations and counterintelligence efforts in "hostile countries" to a private company of former U.S. intelligence officers, BuzzFeed News reported Thursday. Under one proposal, the company in question, Amyntor Group ...
The former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who's been charged with stealing and keeping highly classified material over the course of two decades put U.S. intelligence officers and operations at risk by possessing their names, according to a court filing Thursday. In the filing with a Maryland ...
A number of intelligence officers say that senior officials have been painting an overly optimistic picture of the fight against the Islamic State group. A Pentagon investigation is now underway, and the issue was the subject of a Capitol Hill hearing. Jeffrey Brown talks to Mark Mazzetti of The New York Times ...
As the Democrats continue to condemn US President Donald Trump over alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US election, which initiated an ongoing investigation into the matter, several former CIA intelligence officers and other researchers published an article in cooperation with The New York ...
The British Official secrets Act has meant that there was at that time little speculation in the U.K. media about the move, but some observers have wondered if it is somehow connected to possible collaboration with U.S. intelligence officers over Donald Trump. That remains an area of inquiry that has hardly ...
A recent detailed analysis by former US intelligence officers has demonstrated just how the claim that Iran is the world's leading sponsor of terrorism is almost completely fabricated. The analysis explains how these false narratives are contrived and how they become part of the Washington background ...
Jim Angleton was one of the most complex and controversial intelligence officers of the 20th century. Born in December 1917 and educated at a public school in England and at Yale University, Angleton joined the US "Office of Strategic Services" during the Second World War, serving in London (where he ...
Perhaps the most significant challenge to the Russia-did-the-hacking "assessment" came from a study of the available forensic evidence by a group of former U.S. intelligence officers with relevant technical expertise from Veteran Intelligence Professionals For Sanity. The VIPS' analysis of the known ...
Now it's time for the 2017 entries to be announced in a year that has seen Generation Z, dab and fidget spinner become prominent words in the English language. Every year, candidates for Word of the Year are debated and one is eventually chosen that is judged to reflect the ethos, mood or ...
But U.S. intelligence officers also warned that it would be difficult to ensure Russia's compliance with any deal. "We said 'thank you very much but now is not the time for this,'" a senior State Department official said on condition of anonymity. "The decision to walk away from the offer could prove fateful," says ...
Cher is most likely referring to recent reports that the White House and CIA are considering proposals to allow former US intelligence officers to run privatized covert actions, intelligence gathering, and propaganda missions. Yes, what a terrible idea. Because our existing CIA, FBI, IRS and deep state are ...
the White House and CIA have been considering a package of secret proposals to allow former US intelligence officers to run privatized covert actions, intelligence gathering, and propaganda missions, according to three sources who've been briefed on or have direct knowledge of the proposals.
President Donald Trump's administration is reportedly planning to pay millions to a private international security firm and is also considering allowing former U.S. intelligence officers in order to carry out covert actions, intelligence gathering, and Propaganda missions. According to sources, in one of pitches the administration ...
Friday's guilty plea--and Flynn's run from a black SUV through a gauntlet of TV cameras in front of the DC court--mark a stunning fall for a man that many once considered one of the great US intelligence officers of his generation. "My guilty plea and agreement to cooperate with the Special Counsel's Office ...
the White House and the CIA are supposedly thinking about outsourcing certain covert operations and counterintelligence efforts in "hostile countries" to a private company of former U.S. intelligence officers, BuzzFeed News reported Thursday. Under one proposal, the company in question, Amyntor Group ...
U.S. intelligence officers believe that Russian intelligence hacked the DNC and Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, then provided the mined materials to Wikileaks so they would be released to the public. The emails showed a DNC that heavily favored Clinton in a Democratic primary race in which ...
Former CIA Director John Brennan, speaking on CNN's State of the Union, said the president is impugning U.S. intelligence officers, and "I think it's something Mr. Trump should be ashamed of." Russian interference in the election is the subject of an investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and ...
Former CIA Director John Brennan, speaking on CNN's State of the Union, said the president is impugning U.S. intelligence officers, and "I think ...
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is risking political and regional instability by dismantling a decades-old system of consensus rule, analysts, including ex-top US intelligence officers, have told Al Jazeera. Since replacing his cousin Mohammed bin Nayef in June as first in line to succeed ...
... threats will force Kim to bow to U.S. demands for nuclear disarmament, a position that some U.S. intelligence officers privately contest.
WASHINGTON/Seoul - Saddled with the toughest job in American diplomacy, the chief U.S. negotiator with North Korea stands between a U.S. president who insists he doesn't want to talk and an enemy who shows no interest in listening. While veteran State Department Asia hand Joseph Yun might be ...
UK officials confirmed the kill after liaising with US intelligence officers last week amidst fears her 12-year-old son, also known as Jojo, died in ...
The rescue, prompted by a tip from U.S. intelligence officers tracking the family, was announced in a statement Thursday from Pakistan's army.
The rescue, prompted by a tip from U.S. intelligence officers tracking the family, was announced in a statement Thursday from Pakistan's army.
US intelligence officers also blame her for publishing a list of 1,300 US military personnel's details, believed to have been hacked by her ...
The issue of how the dossier landed in the hands of U.S. intelligence officers continues to be an item of concern for Senate Judiciary Chairman ...


 

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