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KGBKomitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti (Committee for State Security, former USSR)
KGBKulturno Glasbeni Brlog (Slovenian: Cultural Musical Lair)
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)
KGBKnights Guild Battalion (gaming clan)
KGBKing George Bush
KGBKolio Gilan Band (band)
KGBKnights of Glory and Beer (online role-playing guild)
KGBKapitulnik Geballe Beasley (Research Group at Stanford University)
KGBKappa Gamma Beta
KGBKronic Groove Band (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
KGBKalpatharu Grameena Bank
KGBKahlua, Grand Marnier, Bailey's Irish Cream (mixed drink)
KGBKraine Gallery Bar (bar in East Village New York)
KGBKeep Geeks Busy (underground activities group for students at some VA and PA colleges and universities)
KGBKnoxville Gaming Bureau (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
KGBKontrol Gruppe für Beschleuniger (Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia)
KGBKrishna Grameena Bank (India)
KGBKingston and George Bay Railroad
KGBKorean Girl Boarders (snowboarding club at the University of Washington)
KGBKind Green Bud (marijuana variety)
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Neither the Venona decrypts nor Weinstein's KGB files settle every case or prove that all the Americans they implicate knowingly sent secrets to Moscow.
Martha Molnar, a public relations officer at Reader's Digest's corporate headquarters in Pleasantville, N.Y., insisted that the KGB files the magazine quoted were very significant ones.
This article uses records from the Baltic republics of Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia, with a particular focus on Lithuania in the years surrounding the Kalanta self-immolation, to argue that the KGB viewed antisocial behavior as a dangerous precursor to more serious anti-Soviet activity and sought to reinforce broader social norms that might forestall political unrest; in contrast to earlier policing efforts, KGB officers were less interested in what their victims thought than in how their actions created an atmosphere conducive to antiSoviet crimes.
But he said: "I was one of only three men who discussed whether the KGB should help the Bulgarians in Markov's killing.
In fact, it became a massive tool for spying, and high clergy were awarded high ranks in the KGB hierarchy.
Oleg Gordievsky, a KGB agent who became a double agent for the British in the 1970s and 80s said that Budanov had drugged and interrogated him under suspicion he was a double agent in a British court hearing in 1993.
"It is not KGB documents you are suggesting to publish, it is documents of the State Security Department," conservative MP Arvydas Anusauskas said.
And so, on February 12, a KGB operative arrived in Paris to carry out the mission.
Gideon Remez, one of the Israeli researchers who said on Thursday that Soviet-era documents showed that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas worked in the 1980s for the KGB, speaks to Reuters during an interview in Jerusalem
George Alexander Muthoot, MD, Muthoot Group said "We are very happy that this association with KGB will help us to reach out to the rural population.