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  • Top Secret documents
    British spy documents to be kept secret
    In 2009, seven men held at Guantanamo prison returned back to the UK after the US released them without charge. Upon returninghome, they wentto the high court in London to fight the government's attempt to keep the proceedings private. They...
  • Declassified files of legendary MI6 spymaster
    Declassified files of legendary MI6 spymaster
    I've always admired the brave men and women who work inthe CIA's foreign operations division andthose working in itsBritish equivalent, theMI6. Thevideo above illustrates the unknown dangers working as a clandestine officer in unfriendly...
  • Roald Dahl (1916-1990), Part I
    Roald Dahl (1916-1990), Part I
    Roald Dahl (1916-1990) was born in Llandaff, Wales to Norwegian parents. His mother was his father’s second wife.When he was three years old, his father and elder sister, Harald and Astri, died. Astri died of appendicitis and Harald died of...
  • After the accident
    Who wanted Princess Diana dead and why? The theories continue
    While Scotland Yard investigates people regarding the allegation that a sniper hit Princess Diana’s chauffeur with a strobe light, the bigger question is who might have ordered her death, if it was indeed an assassination. One group believes...
  • Skyfall
    At 50, James Bond can still kick some serious Butt!
    Skyfall: Rated “PG-13” (143 Minutes)Starring: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Javier Bardem, Helen McCroryDirected by: Sam MendesIn his latest outing as MI6’s leading operative, 007 (Craig) kicks the film off into high...
  • Claude Moniquet, former French spy
    Former French spy Claude Moniquet accuses MI6 of smuggling arms to terrorists
    Claude Moniquet, former member of the French secret intelligence service, disclosed the role of the western countries' intelligence services in arming terrorist groups in Syria, and said agencies including MI6 and French intelligence service...
  • MI6 log
    MI6 spy agency accused of supporting terrorist organizations
    Is Britain Intelligence funding and training terrorists? The answer is probably yes.The Service is based at Vauxhall Cross in London.Its Chief is Sir John Sawers.The Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) provides Her Majesty's Government with a...
  • Spy
    CIA feeding intelligence information to rebel terrorists in Syria
    American spy satellites have been listening in on communications from Syrian government forces and passing the intelligence to rebels through spies on the ground, according to various British media reports.The reports suggest that the American...
  • Experts try to reconstruct how former MI6 spy Gareth Williams might have crawled into a red sports bag while in a bathtub, and then zipped and locked it after he was inside.
    Inquest probes bizarre death of British spy found bagged in bathtub
    An inquest currently under way at the Westminster Coroners' Court in London into the death of British spy Gareth Williams supports the belief that the former code breaker assigned to the British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), known as MI6,...
  • MI6
    CIA not sharing critical information about terrorist threats to MI5 and MI6
    The Central Intelligence Agency has risked British lives by offering vague ‘tips’ of Mumbai style attacks, without including necessary information such as sources and methods used to gather the intelligence. This has forced MI5 and MI6...
  • Carte Blanche
    Carte Blanche
    Carte Blanche: n. pl. unrestricted power to act at one’s own discretion; unlimited authority. (The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009....
  • Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
    Not your standard spy film
    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: Rated “R” (127Minutes)Starring: John Hurt, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Benedict Cumberbatch, Stephen GrahamDirected by: Tomas AlfredsonIt is 1974 at the height of the Cold War, and there apparently is a mole...
  • Author, Ian Fleming
    Making movies, losing literature
    “...life had gone out of the body so quickly, so utterly, that [he] had almost seen it come out of his mouth as it does, in the shape of a bird, in Haitian primitives. What an extraordinary difference there was between a body full of person...
  • Row of books
    Formerly censored book to be published in Britain
    In 1932, Sir Compton Mackenzie was prosecuted under Britain's Official Secrets Act after publishing Greek Memories. Now, 78 years later, Biteback Publishing will make the unedited version of Greek Memories available to the British public once...
  • The emblem of the Muslim Brotherhood
    The Muslim Brotherhood: Puppets of the western world
    Dothan, Alabama (DCE)- On March 3 gas prices at Raceway gas station, here in Dothan, was $3.26. Since last Thursday it has risen to $3.34, that's an increase of 8 cents in a week. Gas prices rose a little less then 3% in just a week. Will the ...