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Da spia piacevo agli uomini. Ora voglio piacere alle donne

Una bambola di porcellana non è mai sembrata così sexy. La pelle chiarissima, quasi di alabastro. Gli occhi un po’ vicini, ma trasparenti e capaci di accarezzare come la mano di una bambina. E poi, dopo la dolcezza, la passione. Quella chioma, rossa, capace di colpire e mettere ko qualsiasi osservatore. Per svelare la sua copertura ci è voluto l’Fbi, ma c’è qualcosa che non è mai stato un segreto.  Anna Chapman, la spia russa arrestata a New York il 27 giugno 2010  e poi estradata in Russia, è bella da guardare in tridimensionale. E dal vivo è meglio che sulle foto patinate. Intrigante è il suo passato, dopo una lunga serie di vittime (del suo fascino). Indimenticabile la scena a Vienna del 9 luglio 2010, con le 10 spie russe residenti negli Stati Uniti, lei[...]

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Anna Chapman: Russia's new fashion tsar

She is one of the most famous spies of post-Soviet  Russia , but now  Anna Chapman  has a new career – as a clothes designer. Her range of dresses and handbags, under a label that will bear her name, was launched at a  fashion  show in Turkey earlier this month and will soon go on sale in Russia. Chapman,  who was deported from the US to Russia in 2010  after a long-term Russian intelligence operation of so-called sleeper agents was uncovered by the FBI, claims her new mission is imbued with the same values as the old one, and is inspired by Russian patriotism. Anna Chapman. Photograph: (Bloomberg/Getty) "I find it very sad that we managed to send people to space, but we couldn't organise a proper textiles industry in our country," said Chapman, in a response to written questions[...]

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Anna Chapman dresses: the biggest shock is they're actually quite good

Anna Chapman, once spy,  now fashion designer . Her latest venture is no surprise given that she totally nailed the Bond spy-girl selfie thing  back in summer 2010 , which revealed she was au fait with a certain type of hackneyed fashion shoot. And since being deported she hasn't exactly been publicity shy – a key ingredient for a celebrity-fronted fashion line, as the Kardashians will testify. No, the biggest shock here is that Anna Chapman's dresses are actually quite good. The long hemlines, high necklines yet bare arms recall the “modern modesty” look that labels such as Valentino and Alessandra Rich routinely riff on and that has found favour on the red carpet with the likes of Alexa Chung, Rosario Dawson and even Samantha Cameron. It is a stretch to see the latter in[...]

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Science Press Secretary: The "UMA Foundation" introduces a new position

The press department of the "UMA Foundation" welcomes anyone who is interested in science, anyone who works in science and anyone who simply wishes to check out our news line! One of the Fund’s main aims is to promote the work of young Russian scientists around the world. We’re proud to announce the introduction of a new position – the science press secretary, which is held by Tatiana Gneteeva (Gneteeva2013@gmail.com). “Supporting the publication of research carried out by Russian scientists and publicizing their achievements in the mass media with the aim of raising the standing of Russian scientists abroad and promoting science to young people. I believe the new position of science press secretary will make a valuable contribution to the promotion of Russian science,” said A.[...]

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Sexy spy returns...to catwalk

Sultry former spy Anna Chapman takes to the catwalk flanked by two men posing as agents at a fashion show. The sexy Russian strutted down the runway an elaborate red and black fishtail gown by designer Hikmet Eraslan’s Dosso Dossi fashion line. Reports said Chapman, 30, graced the show in Antalya, Turkey last Friday after the company made a donation to her foundation for children with poor eyesight. The red-headed real life Bond girl was deported to Russia in July 2010 on suspicion of working for a Russian spy ring. She has since become a huge star in Russia, gracing magazine covers and walking in Russia’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

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Ex-Russian spy Anna Chapman shows off during fashion show in Turkey

ANKARA, Turkey - Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman has walked a Turkish catwalk in a long red dress at a fashion show, flanked by two men posing as Secret Service agents in black suit and sunglasses. Hikmet Eraslan said Wednesday his Dosso Dossi clothing company donated to Chapman's charity foundation for children with poor eyesight in Volgograd in return for her appearance last Friday. The 30-year-old Chapman was deported from the United States in 2010 along with nine other Russian sleeper agents. She appeared on the runway in the Mediterranean city of Antalya, a top Turkish vacation destination. Chapman has been keeping a high profile since her deportation to Russia, modelling, editing a magazine, giving lectures and running the foundation.

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Ex-Russian spy Anna Chapman shows off during recent fashion show in Turkey

  ANKARA, Turkey — Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman has walked a Turkish catwalk in a long red dress at a fashion show, flanked by two men posing as secret service agents in black suit and sunglasses.  Hikmet Eraslan said Wednesday his Dosso Dossi clothing company donated to Chapman’s charity foundation for children with poor eyesight in Volgograd in return for her appearance last Friday. ANKARA, Turkey — Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman has walked a Turkish catwalk in a long red dress at a fashion show, flanked by two men posing as secret service agents in black suit and sunglasses. Hikmet Eraslan said Wednesday his Dosso Dossi clothing company donated to Chapman’s charity foundation for children with poor eyesight in Volgograd in return for her appearance last Friday.   

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Anna Chapman, ex-Russian spy, hits the catwalk during fashion show in Turkey

(CBS/AP) NEW YORK - Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman walked a Turkish catwalk in a long red dress at a fashion show, flanked by two men posing as secret service agents in black suit and sunglasses. She appeared on the runway in the Mediterranean city of Antalya, a top Turkish vacation destination on June 8, 2012. Designer Hikmet Eraslan said on Wednesday that his Dosso Dossi clothing company donated to Chapman's charity foundation for children with poor eyesight in Volgograd in return for her appearance on Friday. The 30-year-old red-haired vixen, dubbed a "femme fatale" by tabloids, was deported from the United States in 2010 along with nine other Russian sleeper agents. Chapman has been keeping a high profile since her deportation to Russia, modeling, editing a magazine, giving lectures and[...]

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Ex-Russian spy Chapman on catwalk in Turkey

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman has walked a Turkish catwalk in a long red dress at a fashion show, flanked by two men posing as secret service agents in black suit and sunglasses. Hikmet Eraslan said Wednesday his Dosso Dossi clothing company donated to Chapman's charity foundation for children with poor eyesight in Volgograd in return for her appearance last Friday. The 30-year-old Chapman was deported from the United States in 2010 along with nine other Russian sleeper agents. She appeared on the runway in the Mediterranean city of Antalya, a top Turkish vacation destination. Chapman has been keeping a high profile since her deportation to Russia, modeling, editing a magazine, giving lectures and running the foundation.

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Anna Chapman never got anywhere near seducing a member of US cabinet

Despite widely circulated news story, the Russian beauty is not the spy who was closing in on Barack Obama's inner circle Anna Chapman , the famously sultry Russian operative who was arrested in the US with nine others for  espionage  in 2010, was apparently  "close to seducing a sitting member of President Barack Obama's cabinet." The reports were based on an interview that Frank Figliuzzi, the FBI's assistant director of counterintelligence, gave to the BBC in which he called the confessed spy a "honeytrap", adding: "She got close enough to disturb us." The story went viral. There's only one problem with it, though: it's not true in the slightest. "It's a completely bogus story," a defense department spokesman told the Guardian. "They made a giant leap." Figliuzzi never mentions[...]