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Russian Court Sentences Norwegian National to 14 Years for Espionage
A Russian court found Frode Berg guilty of espionage on Russian nuclear submarines.
Putin Says Norwegian Spy Suspect Can't Be Pardoned Until His Trial Is Over
Frode Berg is being tried in Russia for allegedly gathering information about Russian nuclear submarines.
Russian Cyber Expert Sentenced for Treason in FSB Scandal
Georgy Fomchenkov was found guilty of committing state treason in the interests of the United States.
R.I.P. Russiagate. Here's What We Learned
It’s important now to be clear-eyed, no matter if you bought the conspiracy theory or not.
Russia Compromised 600 Foreign Spies in 2018, Putin Says
Putin urged FSB officers to be ever vigilant against foreign operatives.
A Year After the Skripal Poisoning, How Much Has Really Changed?
Mark Galeotti on the legacy of the Skripal poisoning.
Two Senior Russian Cybersecurity Experts Convicted of Treason. And the Legacy of Media Executive Igor Malashenko
The weekly news and analysis podcast from central Moscow.
Swedish Security Police Says Suspected Russian Spy Was Arrested
The suspect is believed to have been engaged in criminal activity since at least 2017.
U.S. Judge Delays Sentencing of Admitted Russian Agent Butina
Butina pleaded guilty in December to one count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia.
Russia Sentences Cyber Experts to Long Jail Terms for Treason
The two men were convicted of passing secret information to foreign intelligence services.
Russia Prolongs Detention of Ex-U.S. Marine Held for Spying
A Russian court on Friday ruled to extend by three months the detention of former U.S. marine Paul Whelan.
Russia Looks to Extend Detention of Ex U.S. Marine Held for Spying
Paul Whelan, who holds U.S., British, Canadian and Irish passports, was detained in a Moscow hotel room on Dec. 28.
Belgian Intel Officer Is a Suspected Russian Spy, Reports Say
The unnamed officer was accused of providing a Serbian national, who is suspected of being a Russian agent, access to classified information in 2016.
Two Estonians Convicted of Spying for Russia
One man was suspected of passing state secrets and classified information to Russia’s military GRU intelligence agency for over 10 years.
Republican Activist Linked to Russian Agent Charged With Money Laundering, Fraud
Paul Erickson, 56, was indicted on 11 counts of wire fraud and money laundering.
Western Intelligence Accused of Preparing for Russia’s Breakup
The Russian official said the Volga Federal District figured in the plans.
Alleged U.S. Spy Whelan Didn't Know He Was Handed Secret Files, Lawyer Says
Whelan was detained moments after being handed a USB drive he believed contained cultural information, his lawyer said.
EU Envoys Agree Sanctions on Suspected GRU Spies Behind Skripal Poisoning – Media
The sanctions will target Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, the two suspected GRU agents believed to be behind Skripal's poisoning in March.
Paul Whelan’s Family Will Not Be Seeking Access to Him in Russia, Brother Says
Whelan, a former U.S. marine who also holds British, Irish and Canadian passports, was detained by Russia's Federal Security Service on Dec. 28 on espionage...
Chemical Weapons Agency Agrees to Ban Soviet-era Nerve Agents
The OPCW global chemical weapons watchdog will add Novichok to its list of banned toxins.
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