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Two Suspected Of Spying For Russia Arrested In Predawn Swedish Raid.

Witnesses described elite police rappelling from two Black Hawk helicopters to arrest a couple that had allegedly spied for Russia. (illustrative photo)

Witnesses described elite police rappelling from two Black Hawk helicopters to arrest a couple that had allegedly spied for Russia. (illustrative photo)

Two people have been arrested on suspicion of espionage in a predawn operation on November 22 in the Stockholm area. The authorities gave few details about the case, but Swedish media cited witnesses who described elite police rappelling from two Black Hawk helicopters to arrest a couple that had allegedly spied for Russia. Sweden's Prosecution Authority said one of the two was accused of "gross illegal intelligence activities against Sweden and against a foreign power." The prosecutor did not identify the other country allegedly spied on. Sweden's security agency said the probe "has been ongoing for some time."

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