former senior Justice Department official at the American Embassy here was
declared "persona non grata" and barred from Russia this month, according to
people familiar with the case, possibly because he had rebuffed an effort by
the Russian ...
reported by Russian (also in English)
and western media, late on Friday, May 18, 2013, the KGB (FSB) has officially
confirmed that it cautioned the CIA Moscow Station Chief, US Moscow Embassy Counsellor
Steven Hall (or Holl, Õîëë in Russian could mean ...
Russia and the United States, with the participation of UN general secretary,
promoted the idea of an international conference on Syria, the American and
European press continues to be indignant, accusing Moscow of a double play.
Reuters said in a report by its Moscow correspondent
Timothy Heritage "Putin targets Russian audience in handling of spy
saga" what the tales of Uncle KGB about American spies mean:
"Vladimir Putin has been unusually silent about the expulsion ...
to Russian media reports,
Moscow's State Linguistic University associate professor Roman Silantiyev
called for the murder of 700,000 Salafis in Russia at a press conference on
Tuesday, May 14, 2013, during the presentation of a controversial ...
hapless Ryan Fogle, the CIA officer caught spying in Moscow and filmed as he
was humiliatingly pinned down, then plonked at a desk with his Boy's Own spy
paraphernalia of wigs, sunglasses, compass, map, cash and written offer of
terms and conditions.
Policy published an article, "The 'Cold Peace' Between
Moscow and Washington Just Got Colder", on the state of
Russian-American relations. The article says:
"The arrest of the alleged CIA
agent in Moscow looks like a ...
The Guardian correspondent in Moscow, Miriam Edler, reported on a symposium Russia's Surveillance
State which was held in London on May 14.
The symposium was part of the work of London's "Frontline Club". The website of the club reports:
reported by the
foreign correspondents in Moscow, an international terrorist group, Russia's foreign
ministry, officially acknowledged on May 15, 2013, that the words "foreign
agent" mean the same as "foreign spy" in the KGB-ruled ...
Washington Post published an article by its journalist Max Fischer, "5
signs there's something fishy about the alleged CIA spy arrested in Moscow",
after Russian state security arrested an American ...
The story of the capture in
Moscow of a "CIA spy", the third secretary in the political section
of the US Embassy in Moscow, Ryan Fogle, caused a skeptical sarcasm by foreign correspondents in Moscow.
The Bloomberg News correspondent ...
KGB thugs say they have caught a US diplomat who they claim is a CIA agent in a
red-handed attempt to recruit a Russian KGB spy.
Fogle, a third secretary at the US Embassy in Moscow, was carrying special
technical equipment, disguises, ...
According to The
Guardian, a book about Putin (see picture)
by two American Sovietologists, former intelligence agent from the US National
Intelligence Council Fiona Hill and former adviser to Russia's Ministry of
Finance and investigator of Putin's ...
The bombs were made of ordinary pressure cookers-pans, filled with explosives and small metal shrapnels.
Exactly the same explosive device (also on the basis of black powder) was used in the explosions in Moscow metro in January ...
According to Russian media outlets, a group of
14 Russian democratic activists blocked the
main Moscow street, Tverskaya, carrying a huge banner which read "Death to
Kremlin invaders" late on May 9, when Russian ruling KGB thugs drank
According to the ÀÐ
reporting from Moscow, US state secretary Kerry, expressed his
concern to a group of invited pro-western human rights activists over Putin's
crackdown on foreign agents. The concern was raised at a meeting on May 8 at
the residence ...
According to Financial Times, in an
article entitled "Putin's 'architect' quits Russia's government",
with the resignation of Putin's first deputy prime minister, chief of the
government Surkov, the Kremlin has lost the ...
An American weekly, National Journal,
published the article "Mitt Romney was right: Russia is our biggest
geopolitical foe", in which it explains why Russia, being American enemy #
1, could have organized and conducted the Boston Marathon Explosions, ...
is now in a hard, even dangerous, place, testifies one of the
founders of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University
of Oxford John Lloyd in a blog of Reuters. A series of shocks are coming to Russia.
basics of ...
As reported by Russian media, Russia's illegitimate president Vladimir Putin allocated an equivalent of $ 270 million for repairs of a Russian cruiser Avrora which, according to the Soviet account of history, on 25 October 1917, sparked the "Great ...