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16 suspected Russian spies on trial in Poland's Lublin


A group of 16 foreign nationals from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus go on trial in a Polish court on charges of espionage, preparing acts of sabotage and gathering information for Russia. The defendants include a Russian hockey player who played in the Polish league. The verdict for 14 of the 16 defendants who plead guilty is expected later today. IMAGES

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