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Russia's FSB Says Facebook Smart Glasses ‘Spy Gadget’ – Reports
The FSB said the futuristic smart glasses could “secretly obtain information,” a view which could prohibit their use in Russia.
Belarus-EU Migrant Crisis Spreads to Russia With New Border Detentions – Reports
Border guards in western Russia reportedly detained several people from the Middle East attempting to illegally enter the country.
Russia Shields Fraud-Plagued Space Agency From Foreign Scrutiny
The FSB argues the information on Roscosmos' work — as well as its problems — can be used against Russia by foreign states and organizations.
Russian Security Forces Unable to Get QR Codes to Dine Out in Moscow
The FSB and FSO are required by law to keep employees' personal data private, excluding them from public health databases.
Ex-Wirecard Exec Still in Moscow After Year On the Run – Reports
Jan Marsalek has been reported to be under the protection of Russian military intelligence near Moscow.
connecting the dots
FSB Unit Linked to Navalny Poisoning Targeted Prominent Writer – Investigation
Dmitry Bykov nearly died after falling ill during an April 2019 tour of Russia’s regions.
Can the U.S. Still Cooperate With Russia's Security Agencies?
How to work together when you can't tell the cops from the robbers.
Russia’s Internal Navalny Protest Estimates Higher Than Acknowledged – Meduza
The data is reportedly part of the FSB military counterintelligence unit’s first known comprehensive review of Navalny's public support.
Second Russian Officer Suspected of Leaking Navalny Poisoners’ Data – Kommersant
The St. Petersburg police major faces up to 10 years in prison if found guilty of abuse of office.
Navalny’s Alleged FSB Poisoners Linked to Deaths of Journalists, Activists – Investigation
“Travel coincidences make it impossible to doubt the involvement of this group of poisoners,” Bellingcat, The Insider and Der Spiegel wrote.
Russia’s FSB Says Protects ‘Putin’s Palace’ From NATO Intelligence
Alexei Navalny’s recent viral investigation alleges that the billion-dollar estate enjoys presidential-level protection.
'new greatness' case
Young Russians’ Extremism Sentences Reduced for ‘Plot to Overthrow Putin’
The activists' supporters have said their case was fabricated by the security services.
Joint Russia-U.S. Operation Busts S.American Cocaine Smuggling Network
The two countries seized over 330 kilograms of cocaine worth $13.6 million during the multi-stage investigation, Russia's FSB said.
Russia Moves to Hide Security Officers’ Data After Navalny Poisoning Revelations
The bill is part of a wider set of legislation cracking down on online dissent ahead of Russia’s 2021 parliamentary elections.
Navalny's Underwear Poisoning Takes Over the Russian Internet
News that agents allegedly placed poison in Navalny's underwear sparked plenty of memes, many retweeted by the Kremlin critic himself.
How Navalny's Mock FSB Call Laid Bare a Country of Yes Men
For generations, Russians have grown accustomed to slavishly following orders.
Navalny Call With Suspected Agent a 'Provocation': FSB
Navalny said he tricked one of the FSB officers linked to his poisoning into outlining the details of the operation in a phone call.
Russia’s Secret Organizations Are Not Secret Anymore. It Seems They Don’t Care
What has become clear is that to expect the Kremlin or its secret services to be embarrassed when they are unmasked is to miscalculate greatly.
Media Investigation Names FSB Agents Behind Navalny Poisoning
Members of the FSB’s toxins and nerve agents unit followed Navalny on more than 30 trips since 2017, the investigation said.
‘Crucified Jesus’ Detained Outside Moscow FSB Headquarters
Activist Pavel Krisevich replicated the crucifixion of Christ while accomplices doused the surrounding area with a harmless burning liquid.
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