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Accused Russian Spy on Trial Today


A Russian academic who has been accused of passing on state secrets to an English firm is to go on trial today.

Igor Suchagin insists he is not guilty and he was hired by the consultancy company but never passed on any information that was not already widely known and in the public domain.

Many analysts believe this trial could be the start of a crack down on academics having contact with western organizations. The trail will be held in secret over the next week.

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