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US-Russia Relations / Spies #976014

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 08, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The spy swap between the US and Russia after the arrest in the US of 10 people accused of being Russian agents noted.

(Washington: Bob Orr) The prisoner exchange featured; details given about the plea agreement and the Russians accused of spying for the CIA, including Igor Sutyagin†† and Sergei Skripal††; photos and courtroom sketches shown. [From “Face the Nation,” Attorney General Eric HOLDER – explains the swap.] [Anna Chapman’s attorney Robert BAUM†- says she is happy to be out of jail.] [CBS security analyst Juan ZARATE†- says both countries want to put this case behind them.] Viewer question about what will happen to the children of the spies discussed.

Couric, Katie;
Orr, Bob

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