30 Oct., 2014 worldbulletin.net
Younger, an economics graduate, has been working for Britain's foreign spy agency MI6 since 1991, the year the Soviet Union collapsed, and has worked in Europe, the Middle East and Afghanistan.
Britain has named Alex Younger, a career spy who helped lead London's counter-terrorist defence of the 2012 Olympics, as chief of its MI6 Secret Intelligence Service - Britain's most prestigious intelligence job.
An economics graduate and former soldier, Younger has worked for MI6 in Europe, the Middle East and Afghanistan since 1991, according to a short biography released by the government.
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