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In 1994, the restaurant paid $54 million in race bias suits that included the case of six Black secret service members for then-President Bill Clinton who were refused service while their White counterparts were readily seated.
Some of those who ended up in Hohenschoenhausen were critics of the communist regime who were kidnapped on the streets of West Berlin by East German secret service operatives.
In recent months concern has mounted inside the government about the potential for Kaspersky software to be used to gather information for the Russian secret services, officials said.
It was filled with Hamas security guards with their rigid attire and looks that reminded me of the secret service in Iraq during Saddam's time.
Hotel floors were locked down by the official secret service
One photojournalist found himself in the right place at the right time on Monday, and was able to snap a few photos of a touching moment between two unlikely individuals: a secret service agent and a homeless man.
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SECRET SERVICE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of secret service for English Language Learners
the Secret Service : a U.S. government department in charge of protecting elected leaders of the U.S. and visiting leaders
: a government department that protects a country's secrets and obtains secret information about other countries
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