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January 05, 2019
Moscow spinning new web of spies in Britain after UK 'dismantles' unit behind Salisbury attack - Telegraph.co.uk
Taking Stock of Enes Kanter's Citzenship With Impending London Game Absence - Sports Illustrated
Britain blames cyber attacks on Russian spies - Hermann Herald
Now that Russia's charged a US citizen, who are the bargaining chips? - CNN
Russia Arrests American On Spying Charges - WCAI

Moscow spinning new web of spies in Britain after UK 'dismantles' unit behind Salisbury attack - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk
Russia’s foreign intelligence service is trying to set up a new spy network in Britain after the military unit behind the Salisbury nerve agent attack was dismantled in the UK, according to well placed sources.
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Taking Stock of Enes Kanter's Citzenship With Impending London Game Absence - Sports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated
Enes Kanter is both an NBA player and a person without a country. This unusual combination has become a legal and political problem for the New York Knicks center.
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Britain blames cyber attacks on Russian spies - Hermann Herald

Hermann Herald
It is the first time the UK has directly accused the GRU of hostile acts in cyberspace. The move is part of a government campaign to expose the actions of the shadowy organisation which is also suspected of being behind the Salisbury poisonings.
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Now that Russia's charged a US citizen, who are the bargaining chips? - CNN

CNN
The timing seemed to raise one possibility -- that Russian President Vladimir Putin or his government agencies might be looking to orchestrate some sort of swap. "I do think that Putin wants there to be some sort of quid pro quo so that he has some leverage over how quickly Butina can be released and probably deported back to Russia as soon as possible," national security analyst Steve Hall told CNN.
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Russia Arrests American On Spying Charges - WCAI

WCAI
Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Russia has arrested an American on spying charges. The FSB, the Russian Security Service, put out a short statement saying a man named Paul Whelan had been caught on Friday, quote, "during an espionage operation." No other details.
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