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Accused Russia agent jailed pending trial

SBS Wednesday, 18 July 2018
A US judge has ordered an accused woman Russian agent be jailed until trial after she was shown to have been in contact with Russian intelligence operatives.
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According to Reuters on Wednesday, a US federal judge ordered an accused Russian agent jailed until her trial after U.S. prosecutors argued she has ties to Russian intelligence and could flee the country. The agent, Maria Butina, has not yet been charged with espionage, but said she had been in...

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