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MOSCOW - A building used by Russia's foreign spy service on the outskirts of Moscow caught fire on Wednesday, Russia's RIA news agency quoted the service as saying.
Colonel Sergei Ivanov, a spokesman for the External Intelligence Service, one of the successor organizations to the Soviet-era KGB, said the fire happened at one of the service's "technical installations," RIA reported.
He was quoted as saying that no further details were immediately available.
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