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US Arrests 3 for Exporting Sensitive Military Technology to Russia

Two Russians and a U.S. citizen were arrested for exporting sensitive U.S. military technology to Russia. A U.S. citizen and two Russian nationals were arrested for allegedly exporting sensitive military technology from the United States to Russia, the U.S. Justice Department said on October 6. The department said Alexei Barysheff of New York – a
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