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KGB, standing for Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti, is the Committee for State Security, the former Soviet intelligence agency.
KGB may also refer to:
- Knowledge Generation Bureau, a directory assistance and knowledge market company based in New York
- Koryeo Golden Box, Korean cargo delivery company
- State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus
Entertainment and media
- KGB (bar), a Soviet-era themed bar in New York City
- KGB-FM, a radio station (101.5 FM) licensed to San Diego, California, United States
- The K.G.B. (band), Oakland based funk-pop band
- KLSD, known as KGB-AM from 1928 to 1982, a radio station (1360 AM) licensed to San Diego, California, United States
- KGB (video game), a 1992 computer game
- Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, an American football player
- Kerb-Guided Bus, a type of guided bus
- Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Alaska, a borough in the far southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Alaska
- KGB Archiver, a free, open source and cross-platform file archiver and data compression utility
- Kingdom of Great Britain, a sovereign state in northwest Europe in existence from 1707 to 1801
- Knik-Goose Bay Road, an arterial side road of the George Parks Highway in Knik-Fairview and Wasilla, Alaska
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