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AcronymDefinition
KGBKomitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti (Committee for State Security, former USSR)
KGBKabeer Gbaja-Biamila (pro football player)
KGBKnowledge Generation Bureau (New York)
KGBKomitet Gosudarstvennoi Bezopasnosti (Russian: Comittee for Security of the State)
KGBKetchikan Gateway Borough
KGBKiller Green Bud (slang for marijuana)
KGBKnown Good Board
KGBKids Gone Bad (various organizations)
KGBKilling Gloves of Boxing (gaming, Team Fortress 2)
KGBKing George Bush
KGBKolio Gilan Band (band)
KGBKnights of Glory and Beer (online role-playing guild)
KGBKapitulnik Geballe Beasley (Research Group at Stanford University)
KGBKronic Groove Band (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
KGBKappa Gamma Beta
KGBKalpatharu Grameena Bank
KGBKahlua, Grand Marnier, Bailey's Irish Cream (mixed drink)
KGBKraine Gallery Bar (bar in East Village New York)
KGBKnoxville Gaming Bureau (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
KGBKeep Geeks Busy (underground activities group for students at some VA and PA colleges and universities)
KGBKontrol Gruppe für Beschleuniger (Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia)
KGBKrishna Grameena Bank (India)
KGBKingston and George Bay Railroad
KGBKind Green Bud (marijuana variety)
KGBKorean Girl Boarders (snowboarding club at the University of Washington)
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A similar proposal was discussed at the parliament in 2015, however, the parliamentarians then decided that data on admitted KGB collaborators should be kept secret for another 75 years.
The list of KGB agents and assets also includes several journalists and one mysterious intelligence officer, who received the nom de guerre "Malinka.
The documents cited by Remez did not give any indication of what role Abbas may have played for the KGB or the duration of his purported service as an agent.
Any Russian who had the audacity to call the embassy with such a request had to be calling for the KGB.
His access was cut off after the reform government was replaced and former Communists took charge of the SVR, the successor to the KGB.
The KGB filing system was inconsistent--which, Vassiliev writes in Spies, sometimes played in his favor--but there is no telling what was missed thereby.
In 1994, Vassiliev was able to transcribe, quote, extract, and summarize a trove of KGB documents, compiling, in all, more than 1,100 pages of notes before heading into exile in 1996.
The real estate firm signed an exclusive brokerage contract in July 2007 with KGB -- which at the time was on the 21st floor of the building -- to find space either in a new building or the same one, court filings say.
In the final instalment, a KGB operative tries to defect but there are doubts about his sincerity.
The documents reveal the inner workings of the KGB, as well as name suspected traitors and those sentenced to death.
Boris Berezovsky is the subject of plots against him "all the time", according to the highest-ranking KGB officer ever to collaborate with British intelligence.
RUSSIAN foreign minister Sergey Lavrov lashed out at the UK saying the probe into the poisoning death of a former KGB agent was straining relations between the countries.