Poland's Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak (file photo)
Poland's defense minister said on March 16 that the country had broken up an espionage network. Mariusz Błaszczak gave no further details, but his statement came after private broadcaster RMF FM reported on March 15 that a group of spies working for Russia had been detained. RMF said Polish security services had detained six people suspected of spying for Russia. It said the group had been planning sabotage activities. RMF said the six people arrested were from countries east of Poland and were working for Russian intelligence. The spies had hidden cameras on important railway routes, mainly in the southern Podkarpackie region. To read the original story from Reuters, click here .