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May 26, 1988
Switzerland announced the expulsion of a Soviet Embassy science attache on charges of espionage. The Swiss said the diplomat, who returned home before Switzerland could publicly declare him persona non grata, was a member of the Soviet State Committee for Science and Technology. His name was not announced.
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May 26, 1988
Switzerland announced the expulsion of a Soviet Embassy science attache on charges of espionage. The Swiss said the diplomat, who returned home before Switzerland could publicly declare him persona non grata, was a member of the Soviet State Committee for Science and Technology. His name was not announced.
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March 29, 1988 | WILLIAM TUOHY, Times Staff Writer
In a move hailed as "the biggest blow to the Soviet secret service" in the history of West Germany, officials announced Monday that they are holding six suspected Soviet spies after a massive search and arrest operation. Federal prosecutor Kurt Rebmann, speaking at a news conference in Karlsruhe, said the roundup has made a "vast breach" in the Soviet spy network in West Germany.
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March 29, 1988 | WILLIAM TUOHY, Times Staff Writer
In a move hailed as "the biggest blow to the Soviet secret service" in the history of West Germany, officials announced Monday that they are holding six suspected Soviet spies after a massive search and arrest operation. Federal prosecutor Kurt Rebmann, speaking at a news conference in Karlsruhe, said the roundup has made a "vast breach" in the Soviet spy network in West Germany.
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