Ryan Fogle: U.S. Embassy worker accused of being spy leaves Russian on New York-bound plane
U.S. Embassy worker accused by Russian agents of being CIA spy is seen boarding a plane back to New York Photos of his belongings show he was in possession of two wigs, three pairs of sunglasses, a microphone, a knife and plenty of money The U.S. Embassy worker accused of spying on Russia for the CIA has left Moscow, five days after he was publicly ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
The Daily Record
Russian and American spies square off | 8 minutes
In this June 8, 2012, file photo, Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman, center, walks a Turkish catwalk flanked by two men posing as secret service agents at a fashion show in Antalya, Turkey.
Wed May 15, 2013
'America's shame, Moscow's gain, but little political impact'
The outing of a CIA agent in the heart of Moscow will certainly embarrass Washington, but the political impact will be minimal, British intelligence analyst Glenmore Trenear-Harvey argues.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Huffington Post
The Russian Spies Who Loved U.S.: A Look Back At Past Cases Of Espionage
The Cold War is long over, but espionage is forever. Russian spies still operate in the U.S. and American ones in Russia.
From biggest CIA leaker Hanssen to 'undercover agent' Fogle:...
One of the biggest spy scandals between Moscow and Washington, since the end of the Cold War, occurred three years ago, when the FBI uncovered a network of Russian sleeper spies.
Spy game: A familiar tale continues
Fifty years ago - nearly to the day - a British businessman stood in a stiflingly hot Moscow court room.
Mike Philbin's Blog
Prior to Free Planet - Blackmail'd will become the new blog status.
I wanted to report on the very interesting story of American Embassy Worker Ryan Fogle who was kicked out of Russia today having been caught 'in the act' of trying to recruit a Russian Special Service Agent to work for the CIA.
The Huffington Post
Ryan Fogle Detained By Russia, Accused Of Spying For C.I.A.
Russia's security services say they have caught a U.S. diplomat who they claim is a CIA agent in a red-handed attempt to recruit a Russian agent.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
South China Morning Post
Former Hong Kong diplomat jailed 12 years for spying
Dutch spy formerly based in city gets 12 years for passing details of military operations in Afghanistan and Libya to Russian intelligence A former Hong Kong-based diplomat has been jailed for 12 years for selling hundreds of sensitive military documents to Russia intelligence - including Nato's activities in Afghanistan and Libya.