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BBC Four, Saturday 16 November, 9pm
History has shown life isn't kind to US intelligence insiders gone rogue
Military chief welcomes news as confirmation that UK still has ‘leading role to play’ in alliance
The South Korean president has put forward proposals that the North and South hold a reunion next month for families still separated 60 years after the Korean War.
President pledges more open surveillance and says whistleblower has provoked Russia crisis
Escapee is prepare to risk execution to expose South Korean discrimination
A US senator has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of behaving like a "schoolyard bully" over his decision to ignore extradition requests from the US government over NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Ministers argue that having nuclear submarines permanently patrolling our waters has “served us well”
The fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden alleged on Sunday that the National Security Agency was “in bed together” with German intelligence despite claims by politicians in Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition that they were shocked by the extent of American spying in Germany.
They called themselves Andreas and Heidrun Anschlag and for more than 20 years, the unobtrusive Russian couple lived in Germany spying against the West - first for the Soviet Union and then for Vladimir Putin's Russia.
American suspicions of Russia have reignited in wake of the whistleblower's flight
Donna Hartley, who has died suddenly at the age of 58, was known as the "golden girl" of British athletics during the second half of the 1970s. She was not the first and would not be the last to receive this double-edged nomination – as she wryly acknowledged herself, being called a "golden girl" ultimately obliged you to win gold.
She has dark eyes, full lips and short hair in one of the favourite styles of London in the "swinging 60s" but who is she?
His decision could start an exodus of Olympic boxers
Book traces fate of Cold War defectors who went the 'wrong way'