The father of Roman Seleznev has offered a $50,000 reward for information regarding the arrest of his son in the Maldives, including any video or other evidence supporting the reports and witness statements that it was American agents that arrested, questioned and then transported his son to Guam. The case is another example of the United States and the CIA flaunting international laws and forcing countries to allow them free reign.
Searches have kicked off in Germany at the home and workplace of a German secret service agent suspected of having ties with US intelligence. If Berlin's suspicions are confirmed, this will be the second case in a week of an American spy being detectged. According to Western media, this could lead to tensions in relations between the two countries.
The German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, currently visiting China, looks "dismayed and disappointed" in the wake of the latest spy scandal to break out in Germany earlier this week, the Spiegel Online newspaper reports, quoting a source within the German delegation in China.
A suspected "double agent" detained in Germany has apparently spied for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reports citing its own source in Germany’s BND intelligence service.
The Washington Post said on Saturday a study of a large collection of communications intercepted by the US National Security Agency showed that ordinary Internet users, including Americans, far outnumbered legally targeted foreigners caught in the surveillance, reports Reuters.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is creating devil dolls as a way of trying to delegitimize Muslim nations' defense system of their area, according to an analyst for Press TV. "By manufacturing 'jihadi' devil dolls, the Western masters of psychological warfare hope to delegitimize jihad," Kevin Barrett wrote in an article for Press TV's website.
Syrian rebel groups are recruiting 15-year-old children to battle against the government forces after promising them a free education, says a Human Rights Watch report, released on June, 23. Worse still, those groups are strongly backed by the US and Israel, US political commentator told Radio VR.
The so-called 'peace plan' put forward by the newly elected president of Ukraine doesn't seem to be working. Why? Could it be that Mr. Poroshenko has no control over the Ukrainian army? Or – is the peace strategy something that does not go together with the US plans in Ukraine? The Voice of Russia is discussing these issues with Christoph R. Horstel, government consultant and publicist, based in Germany.
US whistleblower Edward Snowden, former contractor for the US National Security Agency now residing in Russia, received a symbolic award for civic courage from the Humanist Union non-governmental organization, Germany's Suedwestrundfunk (SWR) reported citing Werner Koep-Kerstin, the head of the organization.
The CIA is trying at all cost to clear its name which was damaged after a series of sensational revelations, RT reports. CIA Director John Brennan says that he is disturbed by the manner in which the media describe his department because, in his opinion, they severely falsify information.
The US intelligence agency joined the world of social media Friday, and quickly had the Twitter verse talking. "We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet," the Central Intelligence Agency quipped on its newly minted official Twitter page.
Edward Snowden does not appear to have taken as much as originally thought from NSA files, The Washington Post reported late Thursday.
Islamabad's High Court on Thursday ordered police to press charges against the CIA's former station chief for murder, conspiracy and waging war against Pakistan.
One of the most marginalized groups after the events of 9/11 were the scientists and the engineers who could actually prove the fallacy of the official version of those events. From false arrests to demonization, to outright murder after 9/11, there was an unprecedented campaign to silence anyone who went against the official version of those events. The evidence pointing to US Government involvement at the highest levels is wide-ranging, well-documented and proven, yet no investigation is allowed to be carried out and no official has or will be found guilty of one of the worst single acts of homicide in the history of mankind.
The new director of the National Security Agency (NSA) says the fugitive whistle-blower Edward Snowden most likely did not work for foreign intelligence, according to the British newspaper The Guardian.
Moscow and Kiev may find middle ground on gas debt, Residential buildings and offices may soon employ a new device which would eliminate distracting street sounds, Summer cafes in Russia may come under smoking ban , Yatsenyuk claims $1bn worth of gas ‘stolen’ by Russia, US Troops to leave Afghanistan by end of 2016, White House to investigate leak of CIA officer name. These issues in Voice of Russia's daily Press Review.
President Barack Obama's top lawyer will look into how the name of the CIA's top official in Afghanistan was accidently revealed to thousands of journalists, the White House said Tuesday.
The White House accidentally blew the cover of the top CIA officer in Afghanistan Saturday, when his name and title were released in an e-mail sent to reporters who traveled with President Obama on his surprise visit to Bagram Air Field.
Over 60 percent of all US drone strikes in Pakistan targeted domestic buildings, according to a joint research by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ), a London-based non-profit news group, Forensic Architecture, a research unit based at Goldsmiths University, London, and Situ Research in New York.