Russia says 2 Georgia spies killed in Abkhasia region

By REUTERS
April 8, 2011 23:30

 
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MOSCOW - Russia said one of its officers and two Georgians who it believes were security agents were killed in clashes near the de-facto administrative border between Georgia and its breakaway region of Abkhasia.

Russian news agencies quoted a representative of the FSB security service as saying a Russian border troops unit was attacked with automatic weapons whilst on a reconnaissance mission.

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