Tensions Ratchet Up Between the US and Russia Over Spy Stalking

American diplomats in Moscow say that Russian agents have been harassing them and their families.
1:09 | 06/27/16

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Overseas, tensions racheted up between the United States and Russia tonight, in a throw-back to the cold war. American dip low malts say Russian agents have been harassing them, prompting a direct complain to Vladimir Putin. Martha Raddatz is here with all the details. Good evening. Reporter: Good evening, George. We have seen Russians harassing U.S. Forces at sea more and more often, those jaw-dropping fly-bys of our ships. But the amount of Russian harassment and surveillance of our diplomats is now like the bad old days of the soviet union. U.s. Diplomats complaining of walking into their apartments and realizing all the furniture has been moved around. A provocation by Russian agents, saying we're watching you. Russian agents also accused of hacking personal e-mails, there have been incidents of tires being slashed, even diplomats' family members being followed. Tensions over Syria and rue yukraine have made matters worse. And secretary of state Kerry has complained directly so Putin to knock it after. It hasn't worked. Okay, Martha, thank you very much. And we're going to move on now to terrifying moments on a

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