Foreign Intelligence Service

  1. Russia's intelligence service responsible for foreign operations, intelligence-gathering and analysis, and the exchange of intelligence information; collaborates with other countries to oppose proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and organized crime
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How To Use Foreign Intelligence Service In A Sentence

  • He said the French foreign intelligence service and has maintained a close relationship, close attention to the training base of these movements of terrorist organizations.
  • The daily newspaper for the Lorraine region in eastern France printed what it described as a confidential document from the French foreign intelligence service DGSE citing an uncorroborated report from Saudi secret services that the leader of the al-Qaida terror network had died… Reports of Bin Laden’s death are “unconfirmed” « raincoaster
  • A larger foreign intelligence service is necessary to deal with the glut of digital information used by MI6 to identify agents and threats. Times, Sunday Times
  • Those nations currently devising statutory charters and legislative oversight of their foreign intelligence services might do well to include an independent judiciary in their blueprints.
  • U.S. intelligence put out the word that America regards an attack on London as tantamount to an attack on the United States, which means that foreign intelligence services that cooperate will be rewarded just the way they were after 9/11: with large sums of cash and "intelligence sharing," i.e., access to spy-in-the-sky electronic intercepts. Terror at Rush Hour
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