Intelligence Department

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2001 In Afghanistan - September
... India also provided the United States with intelligence information on training camps of Islamic militants in the region ... In Kandahar, a delegation of Pakistani officials led by intelligence chief General Mahmood Ahmed held a morning meeting with the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ... to warn the United States Department of State that millions of Afghans had already faced starvation and homelessness and U.S ...
Henry Edward Colville - Biography
... He served on the Intelligence Department of the Suakin Expedition of 1884, was present at the Battles of El Teb and the Battle of Tamai, mentioned in despatches, and received the bronze star, medal ... At the close of the Expedition he was Chief of the Intelligence Department of the Frontier Force was present at the Battle of Ginnis was mentioned in despatches, and was promoted to ... He was then attached to the Intelligence Department at headquarters, and wrote the official history of the Sudan Campaign ...
First Chief Directorate - Chiefs of Foreign Intelligence
... The first chief of the Soviet foreign intelligence service, Cheka foreign department (Inostranny Otdelā€”INO), was Yakov Davydov ... He headed the foreign department until late 1921, when he was replaced by long time revolutionary Solomon Mogilevsky ... Under Trilisser's management, foreign intelligence had become big professionally and respected by their opponent's services ...

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