Central Intelligence Agency

Secret CIA Docs: Yugoslavia Had Uranium to Build Nuke by 1980

A secret study commissioned by the CIA in December 1975 concluded that Yugoslavia had the technical capabilities and the necessary uranium supply to build its own nuclear weapon, and that it could have attained such a weapon by 1980.

Professor Filip Kovacevic, who acquainted himself with the documents, shared his findings with Sputnik.

Bin Laden had picture of Serbian church in Kosovo on his computer

Among the files found on Osama Bin Laden's computer that have been released by the CIA is a photograph of the Temple of St. Dimitrije in Kosovska Mitrovica.

The Belgrade-based daily Politika is reporting that the files also contained a map of this town, located in northern Kosovo.

The CIA has Confirmed Russia's Intervention in the Presidential Election

The CIA confirms allegations of Russia's interference in US presidential elections last year. "The conclusions of the intelligence services have not changed," the government said in a message quoted by the agencies.

The statement comes hours after President Donald Trump announced he believed Putin's assurances that Russia had nothing to do with the US election.

Convicted terrorist back in Greek prison after furlough

Dimitris Koufodinas, a convicted gunman for an extreme left-wing group who once was Greeces most-wanted terrorist, has returned to prison following a 48-hour-furlough.

Koufodinas arrived at Korydallos prison an hour and a half ahead of the noon deadline, accompanied by his wife and son, looking relaxed and waving to the press.

CIA suspected Adolf Hitler was alive in Colombia until at least the 1950s after surviving WWII

The US investigated whether Hitler was alive in South America as late as 1955, newly-declassified CIA documents reveal.

The official files show a former SS soldier told spies he regularly met with the Nazi leader in Colombia.

It goes on to suggest that Hitler, who would have been aged 66, worked as a shipping company employee before fleeing to Argentina.

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