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Russia has broadened the authority of the Federal Security Service, the KGB's main successor agency, giving it Soviet-style repressive powers in a move critics say could be used to stifle protests and intimidate government opponents.
The upper house of Russia's parliament on Monday passed a bill granting expanded powers to the country's main security agency, a move that critics say echoes the era of the Soviet KGB.
For almost a millennium, dreams of riches and power in the Slavic and Finno-Ugric lands to their east proved a powerful magnet for Europes burgeoning Germanic tribes.
Burger joints like Five Guys are some of the fastest-growing chains in the nation.
I may be one of the few who were not surprised at the unearthing of the Russian "agents" in deep cover in the United States. I also know why they were here.
The swap of 10 Russian agents for four prisoners was the largest prisoner transfer of its kind since the 1980s, when U.S. and Soviet bloc spies and agents were traded over the bridge separating the American sector of West Berlin from communist East Germany.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday pledged U.S. support for Georgia, a former Soviet state recovering from an August 2008 Russian military invasion and seeking to consolidate its democracy.
Attempts to derail improvements in relations between Russia and the United States will fail, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev wrote in a letter to U.S. counterpart Barack Obama amid a spy scandal.
Russian money and influence have long made a splash on this Mediterranean resort island, where a suspected Russian spy paymaster vanished after being allowed to walk free on bail.