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German court tries army reservist suspected of spying for Russia

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A German army reservist went on trial Thursday in Duesseldorf accused of providing sensitive military information tor Russia. Prosecutors alleged that the 65-year-old lieutenant colonel of the reserve was active for Russia's GRU military intelligence agency from 2014. Germany has identified several suspected Russian spies on its territory in recent times.
2 months ago·Berlin, Germany

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German army reserve officer on trial over claims of spying for Russia

The reserve officer is accused of passing information to Russia between 2014 and 2020.

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German court tries army reservist suspected of spying for Russia

By Petra Wischgoll DUESSELDORF, Germany - A former officer in Germany's army reserve force went on trial on Thursday on charges of spying for Russia, in a case that could worsen relations deeply strained by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Prosecutors have said Ralph G., whose family name cannot be fully disclosed under German privacy laws, provided Russian agents with "numerous documents

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German reservist on trial accused of spying for Russia

A German army reservist has gone on trial in Duesseldorf accused of providing sensitive military information tor Russia

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German reservist on trial accused of spying for Russia

BERLIN (AP) — A German army reservist went on trial Thursday in Duesseldorf accused of providing sensitive military information tor Russia. Prosecutors alleged that the 65-year-old lieutenant colonel of the reserve, whose was only identified as Ralph G.

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German court tries army reservist suspected of spying for Russia

DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - A former officer in Germany's army reserve force went on trial on Thursday on charges of spying for Russia, in a case that could worsen relations deeply strained by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Read full story

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German reservist on trial accused of spying for Russia

BERLIN (AP) — A German army reservist has gone on trial in Duesseldorf accused of providing sensitive military information tor Russia. Prosecutors alleged that the 65-year-old lieutenant colonel of the reserve was active for Russia’s GRU military intelligence agency since 2014. The German news agency dpa reported that the man supplied the GRU with information from public and non-public sources. Federal prosecutors alleged the defendant knew that…

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