DGSE

AcronymDefinition
DGSEDallas Gold and Silver Exchange (Texas)
DGSEDirection Générale de Sécurité Extérieure (French Equivalent of MI6 and CIA)
DGSEDireccion General de Seguridad y Emergencias
DGSEDirector General Spectrum Engineering Branch (Canada)
DGSEDevelopmental Ground Support Equipment
DGSEDirection Générale De Services Etrangères (French)
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Prosecutors suspect his death is linked to proceedings opened against him and a DGSE colleague last year.
DGSE as well as five of its special education centers will arrange independent flag hoisting ceremonies, tableaus, speech competitions, games and colourful shows to mark Independence Day celebrations.
DGSE operates four Dallas Gold & Silver Exchange stores in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and another, Charleston Gold & Diamond Exchange, in South Carolina.
DGSE's board of directors' approval is required in order to enter into such definitive agreement.
The medical examination, which was first of its kind in the DGSE, wascarried out by four committees of specialist medical doctors constituted by the DGSE, said a press release here on Wednesday.
Trois personnes considerees comme les [beaucoup moins que] cerveaux [beaucoup plus grand que] des recents attentats contre la Mission de la paix de l'ONU au Mali (Minusma) et de deux postes de securite a Bamako et Baguineda, ont ete arretees par les forces speciales de securite maliennes a Bamako, a annonce, lundi dernier, la direction generale de la securite d'Etat (DGSE).
L a Direction generale de la securite exterieure en France (DGSE) a dementi avoir [beaucoup moins que]elabore, puis transmis aux deux journalistes francais Eric Laurent et Catherine Graciet, mis en examen pour [beaucoup moins que]chantage[beaucoup plus grand que] et [beaucoup moins que]extorsion de fonds[beaucoup plus grand que] du Maroc, des documents mettant en cause les autorites marocaines.
"The DGSE can read, like an open book, the origin and destination of all communications of Orange customers," the paper said.
Le Monde reported that the NSA and the French intelligence agency (DGSE) had agreements on sharing data from undersea cables, which in the case of Paris included phone calls from Africa and Afghanistan, as well as French territory.
The document is a briefing note prepared in April this year for NSA officials who were due to meet two senior figures from France's external intelligence agency, the DGSE. The French agents had travelled to Washington to demand explanations over their discovery in May 2012 of attempts to compromise the Elysee's communications systems.
The newspaper published this week an article revealing a vast snooping program conducted by France's foreign intelligence service, the General Directorate of External Security, also known as the DGSE.
The report claimed that the DGSE, France's external intelligence agency, 'systematically collects electromagnetic signals emitted by computers in France, and the data feed between France and abroad.