KGB

And the Kremlin was delighted with the results, former KGB major Yuri Shvets tells The Guardian.
Republicans compare the decision to working with the KGB during the Cold War.
Author Victor Levenstein reveals how a forced confession to a KGB-fabricated plot led to a decade away from his family, for a special Life Less Ordinary collaboration between HuffPost UK and The Moth
'I promise you I was not selling secrets to the KGB on Camden’s development of housing.'
The FBI set off warning bells about Lee Harvey Oswald the month before President John F. Kennedy’s killing.
The UK is to hold a much longed-for public inquiry into the poisoning of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko, Theresa
The Cambridge Five spy ring were constantly drunk, according to their Russian handlers, and regarded as incapable of keeping
A coroner has written to the government to request a public inquiry in place of an inquest into the death of poisoned spy