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Austrian ex-officer suspected of spying for Russia since 90s

FOXNews.com Friday, 9 November 2018
Austria's government said Friday that a retired colonel in the country's military is suspected of having spied for Russia for decades, a claim swiftly dismissed by Moscow.
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