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Iran captured 17 CIA spies, some sentenced to death: Report

Iranian state television published images it said showed the CIA officers who were in touch with the suspected spies. There was no immediate comment on the Iranian allegations by the CIA or US officials.

California man convicted of supporting Islamic State no extremist, says former CIA expert

A former CIA employee who studies terror networks described Amer Alhaggagi as an internet troll who talked big to get a reaction out of people and look tough, but took no real action.


Donald Trump gives clean chit to Russia over US election meddling, says no reason to doubt Kremlin

Donald Trump's remarks come days after a special prosecutor in the United States indicted 12 Russian agents for stealing Democratic Party documents to help him win the vote.

Ex-CIA employee charged in leak disputes evidence

Schulte, 29, alternated in his repetitive and rambling letter between despair and determination to prove he's wrongly accused in an embarrassing and damaging episode for the CIA that is known as the "Vault 7" leak.

Hyderabad: VHP, Bajrang Dalbid to protest outside US consulate foiled

Under the guise of submitting a memorandum at the office, the activists of the Hindu outfits wanted to stage the agitation, when there was no permission for it, the police official.

VHP threatens agitation against CIA for naming it as a ‘religious militant organisation’

General Secretary Surendra Jain called the CIA 'anti-India' and said that the organisation is a nationalist group and that they work for the country.


Mike Pompeo says there is no 'deep state' at CIA or State Department

"He said there is a criminal deep state. As you know, Representative Nunes has said he's also going to investigate the State Department. Do you believe there is a criminal deep state at the State Department?" Mike Pompeo was asked during the Congressional hearing.

US Senate confirms Gina Haspel as first female CIA director

Gina Haspel, facing allegations from opposition Democratic Senators and human rights bodies for her alleged role in CIA's interrogation program post 9/11, was confirmed by the Senate by 54-45 votes, after six Democratic senators supported her nomination.

No drone strike outside Afghanistan, says Pentagon

Drone strikes, if any, are normally conducted by either CIA or the military. The CIA did not immediately respond to a question on the drone strike inside Pakistan.

Ex-CIA chief David Petreaus: Never heard of Indian state-sponsored terror

Petraeus said, “As director of the CIA, and commander of ISAF in Afghanistan, I never once heard the term ‘Indian State-sponsored terrorism’.”

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Opinion | Why Are The CIA Files On Osama Bin Laden So Important?

Iran has accused the CIA of spreading “fake news” about the Islamic republic with newly declassified files seized in the 2011 raid in Pakistan in which Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed. The CIA on Wednesday released 470,000 additional files found in May 2011 when US Navy SEALs burst into Bin Laden’s compound in […]