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Russia extends detention of ex-U.S. Marine accused of spying

Reuters Friday, 23 August 2019
A court on Friday extended by two months the pre-trial detention of a former U.S. Marine who has been held in Russia on suspicion of spying since December and who accused Moscow prison authorities of injuring him.
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