CIA

Cia Accuses Huawei Of Being Funded By Chinese Authorities - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US Central Intelligence Agency has accused the Chinese technology giant of being sponsored by the country's authorities, The Times newspaper reported on Saturday, citing a source.
Related topics: Huawei, Russia, Moscow

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Cia Chief Says Russia And Iran Are New Focus, praises Trump's North Korea Efforts

On the same day the Mueller report went public, CIA Director Gina Haspel made a rare public appearance at Auburn University outlining the Central Intelligence Agency's new priority to better understand "nation-state adversaries such as Russia and...
Related topics: Russia, Iran, North Korea

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Socialist Students At U. Buffalo Oppose Speech By ‘war Criminal’ Condoleezza Rice

"personally approved the CIA’s use of waterboarding on prisoners"
Related topics: Condoleezza Rice

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Russian Embassy Accuses Cia Of Showing Fake Photos On Skripal Case To Trump

On Tuesday, The New York Times cited multiple intelligence sources as saying that US President Donald Trump’s decision to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the Skripal case had been influenced by now-CIA Director Gina Haspel, who allegedly showed...
Related topics: World Photos, Donald Trump

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Collusion Delusion: Mueller Report Released, Democrats Still Beating Dead Horse

On this episode of The Critical Hour, Dr. Wilmer Leon is joined by William Binney, former highly placed intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency turned whistle-blower; and Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst.

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Cia Director Promises Agency Will Soon Launch An Instagram Account

Espionage it for the 'gram! During an address at Auburn University in Alabama, CIA Director Gina Haspel unveiled some de-classified information about the CIA's next big move: it's launching an Instagram page. SEE ALSO: Instagram verification will...
Related topics: Instagram

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70 Years On - Did Cia Cover Up Identity Of Us Journalist George Polk's Killers?

On 21 April 1949 Gregoris Staktopoulos, a Greek reporter, was convicted after a nine-day show trial of murdering US journalist George Polk at the height of the Greek Civil War. But mystery still shrouds his death.

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'a Woman Of No Importance' Finally Gets Her Due

Virginia Hall was an American spy who worked for Britain and the U.S. and played a key role in undermining the Nazi occupation of France during World War II. Her story was rarely told — until now.(Image credit: Courtesy of CIA)
Related topics: France

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Donald Trump Jr. Had No ‘mental Capacity’ To Understand Crime, Mueller May Have Found, Says...

One of the major mysteries left hanging by the Mueller report — Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 400-page summary of his 22-month investigation set to be released on Thursday, CNBC reported — is why Donald Trump’s eldest son,...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Cnbc

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[stewart Baker] How We Know The North Korean Embassy Break-in Wasn’t The Work Of The Cia

In today’s News Roundup, Klon Kitchen adds to the sory of the North Korean Embassy invasion by an unknown group. Turns out some of the participants fled to the US and lawyered up, but the real tipoff about attribution is that they’ve...

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A New Installment In The Libya Tragedy

The Libya tragedy that Barack Obama’s administration unleashed with a U.S.-led NATO military intervention in 2011 has entered yet another violent phase. Forces loyal to Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, a one-time CIA asset that Washington now...
Related topics: Libya, Barack Obama, Nato, Military

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Kim Dotcom: Swedish Claims Against Assange Are Cia Spy Op To Get Him To Us

Swedish media previously stated that the country's prosecution is considering resuming a probe against Assange, meaning that Stockholm may request the extradition of the whistleblower, who was stripped of asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London...
Related topics: Sweden, Stockholm, United Kingdom, London

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This Week In Techdirt History: April 7th - 13th

Five Years Ago This week in 2014, former NSA and CIA boss Michael Hayden was getting pathetically aggressive, calling Dianne Feinstein too emotional to judge the CIA torture report (which we were only learning about via piecemeal leaks), and...
Related topics: NSA

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Cnn’s Phil Mudd Burns Mike Pence To The Ground For Backing Trump No Matter What: ‘when The Boss...

Former CIA analyst Phil Mudd blasted Vice President Mike Pence for his hypocrisy during an appearance on CNN on Friday. “And we’re following breaking news, sources are telling CNN that President Trump promised to pardon the customs and...
Related topics: CNN

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There Are Many Reasons To Be Concerned About The Impact On Press Freedoms In The Assange Indictment

Yesterday, we wrote a bit about the Julian Assange indictment, noting that it was focused on CFAA and conspiracy arguments, rather than (what many people expected) Espionage Act claims. The CFAA charge of trying to help hack a hashed CIA password...
Related topics: Julian Assange

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Client-attorney Privilege? Not When You're Accused Of Leaking Vault 7 Cia Code

Lawyer for Joshua Schulte unhappy about agency review The lawyer for former CIA employee Joshua Schulte is unhappy the spy agency is allowed to review communications with her client before she receives it and has accused the agency of trying to...

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Former Cia Official Argues That Wikileaks Wasn't Acting As Journalism Org

CNN's New Day dug into the Assange news this morning. "I just want you to put it in perspective in terms of your experience, knowing what you know about Assange in his all the information on Iraq and Afghanistan, in his central role in the release...
Related topics: Wikileaks, CNN, Iraq, Afghanistan

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The Growing Obsession With Linking Iran To Terrorism

On Monday, President Trump designated the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), a branch of Iran’s armed forces, as a “terrorist organization.” CIA and Pentagon officials told The New York Times the decision would threaten U.S....
Related topics: Iran, Terrorism, Pentagon, Military

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Genetic Breakthrough On Tropical Grass Could Help Develop Climate-friendly Cattle Farms

Cattle are a mainstay for many smallholders but their farms are often on degraded lands, which increases cattle's impact on the environment and lowers their production of milk and meat. Researchers at the International Center for Tropical...
Related topics: Genetics, Medical Research

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Tesla's Senior Director Of Global Security Has Left The Company (tsla)

Karl Wagner, Tesla's senior director of global security, has left the company, Wagner said in a LinkedIn post on Monday. "Elon Musk is a visionary and Tesla employees second only to the shadow warriors of the CIA in ingenuity, courage, and...
Related topics: Tesla

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