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15 December, 19:29

What is the difference between the FBI and the CIA

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  1. 15 December, 20:50
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    The CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) mostly operates outside the United States to gather intelligence via a network of spies whereas the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) predominantly operates within the U. S. to both gather intelligence as well as tackle federal crimes.
  2. 15 December, 21:20
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    FBI. The CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) mostly operates outside the United States to gather intelligence via a network of spies whereas the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) predominantly operates within the U. S. to both gather intelligence as well as tackle federal crimes.
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