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Government does U-turn on Litvinenko murder inquiry
Reuters UK

UK to probe Litvinenko death

The UK has announced that they will investigate the 2006 death of ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko. Max CNN, 1 day ago
U.K. launches inquiry into radiation poisoning of former KGB agent Homeland Security News Wire, 19 hours ago
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New Indian Express

Kerala Gramin Bank to recruit for 683 Officer and Office Assistant posts

Kerala Gramin Bank (KGB) has notified for recruitment at the posts of Officers in Junior Management Scale (Assistant Managers) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) Cadres for Indian citizens, who have cleared the online CWE for RRBs conducted by ...
 India Today20 hours ago Gramin Bank Branch Anniversary Fete  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

'Relieved and delighted' Widow of ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko welcomes public enquiry

 Scottish Daily Express2 days ago Alexander Litvinenkos widow inquiry will find truth over husbands poisoning  Big News Network2 days ago Did Russia kill Alexander Litvinenko? Britain increases heat on Putin with public inquiry into 2006 death of ex-KGB spy  Capital Bay2 days ago Who poisoned former Russian spy?  New Zealand Herald2 days ago
Chicago Tribune

Britain opens judicial probe into poisoning death of ex-KGB officer

_ The British government set up a judicial inquiry Tuesday into the strange death eight years ago of former KGB officer and Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko, who authorities believe was slipped a lethal dose of radioactive polonium in his tea ...
 Chicago Tribune2 days ago
Business Spectator

KGB with Credit Suisse's Neal Soss

 NEWS.com.au1 week ago KGB Interview: Neal Soss  Business Spectator1 week ago
Radio Prague

UK-held Mitrokhin archives reveal details of KGB operation against Prague Spring

The freshly released files of the so-called Mitrokhin archive shed light on Soviet intelligence activities during the Prague Spring of 1968. The files, smuggled by senior KGB officer Vasiliy Mitrochin to the UK in the 1990s, have been opened to the ...
 Radio Prague3 days ago Churchill Archive Centre Opens Mitrokhin Archive, KGB Secrets Exposed  Examiner.com1 week ago INTELLIGENCE: The Great KGB Archive Heist  Strategy Page1 week ago KGB files from the famous Mitrokhin archive — described by the FBI as "the most complete and extensive intelligence ever received from any source" — are now open to the public for the first time.  St. Petersburg Times Russia2 weeks ago
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KGB targeted intellectuals in 1968 Czechoslovakia

Cold War documents released this week show that Soviet leaders were so worried about the 1968 Prague Spring reform movement in Czechoslovakia that they sent experienced KGB spies to help thwart it, a researcher said today. On the orders of KGB head ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

KGB FILES OPEN TO ALL IN CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY

(Issue # 1819) In accordance with the deposit agreement, the Churchill Archives Center is opening Mitrokhin's edited Russian-language versions of his original notes. Photo: Wikimedia Commons KGB files from the famous Mitrokhin archive — ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia2 weeks ago KGB files from Mitrokhin archive open to public  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago KGB's 'most extensive intelligence' files from Mitrokhin archive open to public  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago KGBs most extensive intelligence files from Mitrokhin archive open to public  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Capital Bay

KGB archive reveals dismay

Andy McSmith London, 7 July They were two of Britain's most notorious double agents, responsible for passing on some of this country's most sensitive secrets to the Russians, but documents reveal that Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean were viewed ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago How KGB thought British spies were useless drunks  Scottish Daily Express2 weeks ago The Mitrokhin archive KGB defectors copied files reveal Soviet dismay at constantly drunk Guy Burgess  Big News Network2 weeks ago Drunks who can't keep secrets: KGB's verdict on the Cambridge Five revealed as top secret Soviet documents are made available to the public for the first time  Capital Bay2 weeks ago
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BBC

KGB 'spied on their own spies'

The KGB "distrusted" the Cambridge Five spy ring members out of fear that they were being presented false information, Christopher Andrew has said. The Cambridge University professor of modern and contemporary history told the Today programme that ...
 BBC2 weeks ago AUDIO: KGB 'spied on their own spies'  BBC2 weeks ago
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