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Russian spy ship spotted around 50 kms from US coast

Oneindia Thursday, 16 February 2017
Washington, Feb 16: A Russian spy ship has been spotted 30 miles (around 50 kms) off the US coast of Connecticut, according to an American defence official.This is the farthest north the Russian spy vessel has ever ventured, the official told
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News video: Russian Spy Ship 30 Miles From US Naval Submarine Base In Connecticut

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The Russian spy ship spotted along the East Coast yesterday is now north of us near a U.S. submarine base in Connecticut.

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