Reuters: Russia fired officials who let alleged CIA mole flee country


Russia fired officials who allowed a former Kremlin employee and alleged CIA informant to flee the country, the Interfax news agency reported on Sept. 13. U.S. media reports, confirmed to Reuters by two sources, have said a CIA informant in the Russian government was extracted and brought to the ...

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Russia still not dismisses case relating to Ukrainian sailors

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