Alleged Russian 'Sleeper' Spies Go on Trial

A married pair of alleged 'sleeper' spies went on trial in Germany Tuesday, accused of spying for Russia for more than two decades while living a quiet middle-class life and raising a daughter who had no idea of her parents' true identities. The middle-aged couple, still known only by their aliases, Andreas and Heidrun Anschlag, denied the charges in court today in Stuttgart. Their daughter Maria, now in her 20s, has not been charged. In a page out of a cold war novel, the Russian couple...Full Story
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