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William Burns, a C.I.A. spymaster with unusual powers of near-omnipresence, said that the unwarranted confidence in the assessment that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction could derail the Iraq invasion plans. To mark the...
Former CIA Officer Larry Johnson says the decision to drone attack Kremlin was made by the United States. The Wednesday attack, which was likely to have been targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin, was stopped...
The U.S. Navy’s Diving and Salvage Center can be found in a location as obscure as its name—down what was once a country lane in rural Panama City, a now-booming resort city in the southwestern panhandle of Florida, 70 miles south of the Alabama border. The center’s complex is as nondescript as its location—a drab concrete post-World War II structure that has the look of a vocational high school on the west side of Chicago. A coin-operated laundromat and a dance school are across what is now a four-lane road.
A stunning, long-overlooked Nixon Watergate-era tape shows Richard Nixon warning CIA Director Richard Helms that he knows of CIA involvement in the murder of John F. Kennedy- “I know who shot John.”
According to investigative journalist Jack Murphy, attacks are being carried out by the intelligence service of an undisclosed European NATO nation. The one behind the attacks, however, is the CIA who are directing sabotage attacks in Russian territory.
How CIA plotted Peru Coup

How CIA Plotted Peru Coup

According to reports, Castillo's final phone call before leaving the presidential mansion came from the US Embassy. This is how the CIA plotted the Peru coup.
An important story developed this weekend, unspooling in real time on Twitter over a Friday evening. Basically, billionaire Elon Musk gave a good friend of mine — the journalist Matt Taibbi — extensive access to Twitter’s internal e-mails and communications, and told Taibbi he could start sharing.
Ever since foreign-backed riots broke out in Iran in mid-September, Western news outlets have frequently drawn attention to the role of Psiphon, a free, open-source smartphone application and computer program that allows users to circumvent restrictions on websites and online resources in helping troublemakers organize and coordinate their activities, and send and receive messages to and from the outside world.
Journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elahe Mohammadi have reportedly been detained in Iran's Evin prison since late September as a result of the publishing of their article and the accompanying feminist demonstrations. Now, Iran is formally accusing journalists of being CIA spies after article sparks a national uprising.
The CIA forewarned Germany of prospective assaults on gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea weeks before Nord Stream 1 and 2 were struck. Furthermore, a former Pentagon advisor has said that the US likely attacked Nord Stream pipelines in order to isolate Germany.