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UK declassifies file on blonde Nazi ballerina spy

Declassified dossier suggests glamorous German spy thwarted British battle victory She was thought to be one of Germany’s prized secret agents, described as beautiful and languid and capable of infiltrating an enemy camp, obtaining secret plans of attack, and then delivering them to her bosses. A former ballerina, Marina Lee…

Leaked documents claim Pakistan’s ISI directing Afghan insurgency

The United States on Sunday denounced the release of documents that allegedly show Pakistan’s military spy service is guiding the Afghan insurgency, a White House official said. “The United States strongly condemns the disclosure of classified information by individuals and organizations which could put the lives of Americans and our…

US wanted to ‘swap Iranian scientist for hikers’

TEHRAN — An Iranian scientist, who returned home last week charging he had been held by US agents for more than a year, has said that they pressed him to agree to be exchanged in a “spy” swap for three US hikers in custody in Tehran. In a lengthy interview…

Biden on spy swap: ‘I thought they’d take Rush Limbaugh’

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Russia spy suspects head to court amid possible swap

NEW YORK (AFP) – Ten alleged members of a Russian spy ring will appear in a US court Thursday, as Moscow and Washington are said to be planning a dramatic Cold War-style prisoner swap. Lawyers for the accused said Washington and Moscow were discussing a prisoner swap that could come…

Ex-spy: May be 50 undercover Russian couples in US

One of the Cold War’s most famous defectors says Russia probably has about 50 deep-cover couples — and maybe even up to 60 of them — spying inside the United States. Oleg Gordievsky, a former deputy head of the KGB in London who defected in 1985, said Russian President Dmitry…

NY suspect dubbed femme fatale of Russian spy case

Anna Chapman has been called the femme fatale of a spy case with Cold War-style intrigue — a striking redhead and self-styled entrepreneur who dabbled in real estate and mused on her Facebook page, “if you can dream, you can become it.” Chapman’s American dream, U.S. authorities say, was a…

Paper: Defense official ran private spy operation

A US official identified as Michael Furlong organized a network of private contractors in Afghanistan and Pakistan with the purpose of finding and killing suspected Islamic militants, The New York Times reported Monday. Citing unnamed military officials and businessmen in Afghanistan and the United States, the newspaper said Furlong, who…

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