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In this Tuesday, July 6, 2010, photo Irina Kushchenko, right, the mother of Anna Chapman, one of 10 alleged Russian spies arrested in the United States, speaks to Russian Web news site lifenews.ru in Moscow. Chapman's mother said her daughter is "no Mata Hari" and she is considering a lawsuit over the breach of her daughter's privacy. (AP Photo/lifenews.ru)

Russian, U.S. spy suspects may be part of possible swap

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MOSCOW -- Special riot police beefed up security around Moscow's Lefortovo prison today and a gaggle of TV cameras and photographers jostled for the best position as the world braced for what could be largest spy swap since the Cold War.

A convoy of armored vehicles arrived at the prison, thought to be the central gathering point for people convicted of spying for the West, including nuclear researcher Igor Sutyagin, serving a 14-year sentence for spying for the United States.

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