So Hitler didn’t escape to South America to run a bar with Elvis? On Friday, the daughter of Russia’s press secretary posted a photo of his remains, in storage at the Federal Security Service’s (FSB) secret archives in Moscow Read Full Article at RT.com
The Lancashire-based Federation of Small Businesses has said the next Budget must be the most pro-business ever if Britain is to beat recession.
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Is there a certain aggravation of relations between Russia and the United States, or is this a normal process of eternal confrontation? How critical is the current aggravation of relations between Russia and America? Political scientist, founder and president of the Association of Information Operations Specialists Andrey Manoilo shared his opinion on the subject."The main confrontation in the world over the past hundred years has been the confrontation between the USSR, then Russia and the United States of America. This planet is always small for us. I have heard many times that the relations between Russia and the United States have never been worse. Are we going through another stage of exacerbation or is it the common political background of international reality?""This relationship has always been difficult. It is hard to recollect a moment when it was more or less simple. There were such periods, but there were very few of them in history."One of them is a short period of time after the September 11 terrorist attacks, when the Americans recognized Russia as one of the main strategic allies in the fight against international terrorism.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has told the Russian Union of Journalists (UJR) the prosecution of former journalist Ivan Safronov – accused of spying for Czech intelligence – isn’t related to his career in journalism. Read Full Article at RT.com
A serviceman from Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has been arrested by the country’s Federal Security Service (FSB) on suspicion of working for Ukrainian military intelligence. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Former journalist Ivan Safronov, accused by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) of spying for Czech intelligence, has been isolated in Moscow’s Lefortovo pre-trial detention center due to suspected coronavirus. Read Full Article at RT.com
Tajik national Odil Kayumov was prepping to commit a terror attack in Moscow very soon before he was neutralized by security service officers, according to a source in the law enforcement agencies. "Kayumov was planning to organize a terror attack in one of the capital’s crowded places very soon, the preparations were almost complete," the source said, failing to disclose any other details but adding that the man had a plan to flee to Turkey immediately after the terror attack. In turn, another source said that the investigation is currently determining contacts of the terrorist - "Supposedly, he was looking for a safer place for a clandestine arsenal storage". The Tajik citizen was staying in Russia legally. "According to preliminary information, Tajik citizen Odil Kayumov was in Russia legally and had a work permit", Kayumov previously was not targeted by law enforcement agencies. Earlier, the FSB public relations center revealed that a militant who had been preparing for mass shooting in Moscow and a trip to Syria to join terrorists there was eliminated.
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Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Monday it had thwarted a planned militant attack in Moscow and killed the man suspected of plotting it, Russian news agencies re…
A Russian cyberespionage group that hacked into election networks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election is now attempting to steal coronavirus vaccine information from researchers in the U.S., U.K., and Canada. The governments of those three countries issued a warning on July 16 saying that the group known as APT29 or “Cozy Bear” is targeting vaccine development efforts. The group, which is connected with the FSB, Russia’s internal security service, had gotten inside the Democratic National Committee networks prior to the 2016 election. This latest incident illustrates yet again how, beyond carrying all of our phone, text, and internet communications,… This story continues at The Next Web
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Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) has opened an extremism case against a disabled pensioner who refuses to admit the Soviet Union no longer exists. The former superpower imploded in 1991, replaced by 15 independent states. Read Full Article at RT.com
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