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US extracted high-level spy from inside Russia in 2017, reports say

BBC News Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
The mole had high-level Kremlin access but was pulled amid fears their cover could be blown, reports say.
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The Kremlin is playing down U.S. media reports of a CIA spy inside Russia's presidential administration, calling them "pulp fiction." Nathan Frandino reports.

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