Russia summons US envoy over spy recruitment accusations

By REUTERS
May 14, 2013 14:46

 
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MOSCOW - Russia's Foreign Ministry summoned U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul on Tuesday after a US embassy employee was detained on accusations of trying to recruit a Russian intelligence officer to work for the CIA.

A ministry spokeswoman said McFaul, a former adviser to President Barack Obama, had been called to the ministry but gave no further details.

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