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Anna Chapman, Russian spy

Russian spy Anna Chapman has given her first TV interview but has remained coy about the espionage case that made her famous.

 
 

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This undated image taken from the Russian social networking Web site Odnoklassniki, or Classmates, shows a woman journalists have identified as Anna Chapman, who appeared at a hearing June 28, 2010, in New York federal court. Chapman, along with 10 others, was arrested on charges of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government without notifying the U.S. attorney general. The caption on Odnoklassniki reads "Russia, Moscow. London, Stone age."


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