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Notable Cold War spy swaps

Preparations are apparently underway for an exchange of accused spies in Russia and the United States. During the Cold War, the West and the Soviet Union frequently traded spies, or at least those accused of espionage. A look at some notable cases:

Graphic showing when the West and the Soviet Union have traded spies, or at least those accused of espionage.

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