|PRON || ci | cin | cia | vi|
cia | cian | ciaj | ciajn
PRON • pron | accusative | possessive | pl (for sg pronouns)
poss.sg | poss.accus.sg | poss.pl | poss.accus.pl
• (for non-personal/-possessive pronouns:) sg | accusative | pl | accusative.pl
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- "The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence" was completed in 1973.
- Though not serving in an official capacity at the time of his arrest in 1975, the CIA decided that Gougelmann's death was a result of the official CIA activity that he had been involved with previously in Vietnam and granted him a star on the CIA Memorial Wall at CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia which commemorates those CIA staff who died in the line of duty.
- Ignacio Ugartechea commercialized semi-automatic pistols manufactured by Gabilondo y Cia.
- Castelli is a CIA officer who served as CIA station chief in Rome at the time of the Niger uranium forgeries.
- In May 2012, the CIA officially confirmed that Gannon was a CIA officer.
- Antonio Joseph Mendez (November 15, 1940 – January 19, 2019) was an American technical operations officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), who specialized in support of clandestine and covert CIA operations.
- Mowhoush died while being tortured by coalition forces associated with the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, the CIA and a group of Iraqi mercenaries hired by the CIA.
- "The World Factbook", also known as the "CIA World Factbook", although the CIA requests that the "Factbook" be cited if used.
- The Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (DD/CIA) is a statutory office (...) and the second-highest official of the Central Intelligence Agency.
- Paronto was a CIA private security contractor guarding the Benghazi, Libya CIA annex, during the 2012 Benghazi attack.
- In 1966, "The New York Times" revealed that the Congress for Cultural Freedom had received funding from the CIA.
- "The Washington Post" contacted the CIA, and reported that CIA officials declined to refute or confirm the Amnesty International account.
- In January 2014, CIA officials claimed that the Intelligence Committee had accessed review documents and removed them from CIA facilities in 2010 without CIA authorization.
- Many of the surviving American "Jeds" later held various positions of great responsibility in the US Army or the CIA.
- David Henry Barnett was an American CIA officer. He was convicted of espionage for the Soviet Union in the 1980s.
- Bearden was one of the senior CIA officials criticized in the 1994 "snitch fax".
- According to a 2015 "Politico" report, newly declassified documents show that CIA director John A.
- David Dubinsky claimed in his memoirs that the FTUC resisted attempts by the CIA to control its operations, but the CIA's role was substantial.
- The CIA OIG determined that several factors hindered the CIA in making full use of the product of the PSP.
- In 1977, "Rolling Stone" and "The New York Times" said that according to information from CIA officials, Reuters cooperated with the CIA. Desmond Maberly.
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