Crypto AG used its base in neutral Switzerland to help it sell code-making equipment to Iran, India, Pakistan, Libya, Egypt, Chile, Argentina and dozens of other countries who in effect paid millions of dollars to be spied on.
CIA-funded paramilitaries are wreaking havoc in Afghanistan.
The Ninth US Court of Appeals in San Francisco described harsh interrogation methods used by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) against Abu Zubaydah as torture.
President Donald Trump on Thursday named Joseph Maguire, the top US counterterrorism official, as Dan Coats's replacement at the agency that oversees 17 spy agencies. The same day deputy national intelligence director Sue Gordon quit.
Mohammad may trade his life for cooperation with the American authorities, but how did a US-educated mechanical engineer land in one of the world's most infamous detention camps?
An Iranian official claimed that the CIA spies had "sophisticated training," but none of them succeeded in their sabotage missions. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded by saying Iran has a history of lying.
Iyad el Baghdadi says it's unclear what the threat was about, but that "something came on the radar of the CIA."
"Hamza bin Laden is the son of deceased former AQ leader Osama bin Laden and is emerging as a leader in the AQ franchise," a US State Department statement said, referring to Al-Qaeda.
Ex-NSA operatives reveal how they spied for the UAE amidst increasing global scrutiny over illegal espionage, shady defence deals and mercenaries in the Yemen war. To what end will the UAE pursue its regional ambitions?
CIA Director Gina Haspel will give a closed briefing to leaders of several US Senate committees after she failed to take part in a Senate briefing by Trump administration officials on Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
Director of US spy agency Gina Haspel signalled to Turkish officials the agency had a recording of a call in which Mohammed bin Salman gave instructions to kill Jamal Khashoggi, according to a Turkish newspaper.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz says he is proud of kingdom's judiciary and public prosecution, but skips addressing murder of Riyadh critic Jamal Khashoggi, in annual Shura address.
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