Tom Harper Alexander Litvinenko gave secret briefings to British intelligence on a close ally of the Russian President, writes TOM HARPER.
Martin Evans, Tom Whitehead, London Man found dead in London apartment hated the 'flash car and drinking' culture, family says.
Tim Ross and Robert Winnett LONDON: The British Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, has warned the nation faces a ''unique'' threat from a generation of home-grown terrorists who are not on the intelligence services' ''radar'',...
Seumas Milne and Ian Black THE Palestinian Authority's security strategy to crush Hamas and other armed groups on the West Bank was drawn up by Britain's intelligence service, MI6, leaked papers reveal.
Vikram Dodd LONDON: British detectives believe the death of the MI6 spy Gareth Williams will be solved by getting an insight into his private life after they revealed he had visited bondage websites and a drag...
"The name's Dunderdale, Biffy Dunderdale" ... doesn't quite have the ring of "The name's Bond, James Bond.
Speculation is becoming more feverish over the reason for the gruesome death of Gareth Williams, writes Paola Totaro in London.
Police searching for a missing worker of UK espionage agency MI6 find a body in a London flat
Nick Miller Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has faced a hostile grilling by British MPs, who accused him of committing a crime by distributing documents received from spy whistleblower Edward Snowden.
British lawmakers will grill the editor of The Guardian next month over the newspaper's publication of intelligence leaks by Edward Snowden.
Katy Lee Britain's top spy chiefs say the intelligence leaks by Edward Snowden have left its enemies "rubbing their hands with glee" and caused terror groups to change the way they communicate.
Bruno Waterfield Jean-Claude Juncker, the prime minister of Luxembourg and the world's longest-serving elected leader, has resigned after a series of lurid scandals involving the tiny Grand Duchy's secret service.
Adam Goldman Confined to the basement of a CIA secret prison in Romania about a decade ago, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the admitted mastermind of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, asked his jailers whether he could embark...
When Briton Neil Heywood was found dead in a Chinese hotel in 2011, police at first blamed alcohol. In fact, he had been murdered – and top Chinese politicians were involved, as Pin Ho and Wenguang...
Thomas Penny LONDON: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government can only count on the loyalty of 50,000 troops, down from a total of 220,000 at the start of the country's civil war, an analysis has found.
The chief suspect in the polonium poisoning of Russian dissident and ex-security agent Alexander Litvinenko says he will take no further part in the British inquest into the death, blaming London's...
Diakaridia Dembele and William Davison Mali's Islamic leaders say the French intervention is a "fight against crime and terrorism."
Diakaridia Dembele, William Davison BAMAKO: Mali's Islamic leaders praised the French-led intervention to oust insurgents controlling two-thirds of the West African nation as the US said it was ready to offer support to the mission.
The British government has evidence the Russian state was involved in the radioactive poisoning of dissident Alexander Litvinenko, a hearing into his death has been told.
Nick O'Malley The AP phone records story came at the worst possible time for President Barack Obama.