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Russia, mulling expulsions, says too many U.S. spies work in Moscow

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Friday that too many American spies operated in Moscow under diplomatic cover and said it might expel some of them to retaliate against the United States over Washington's expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats last year. Original Article

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