FSB: Georgian agents detained

Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) claims to have detained nine Georgian agents, who were “spying on military objects and preparing terrorist attacks within Russia.” FSB director Alexander Bortnikov said the Georgian agents were engaged in spying in South Ossetia and nearby Russian districts. He said all those detained have confessed.


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