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Sources: FBI Conducting Operations Abroad

The FBI is conducting intelligence operations abroad without notifying colleagues at the CIA and State Department, current and former government officials say. Intelligence veterans say coordination is crucial, ensuring that the ambassador and CIA station chief in a given country can organize U.S. government activities and prevent diplomatic blunders or conflicting intelligence missions. FBI officials acknowledge there have been some instances when agents failed to notify the CIA about their activities, but consider the cases anomalies. Intelligence officials see the communication problems as potentially significant. Full Story

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