NATO expels eight Russian diplomats who were 'undeclared intelligence officers'

NATO expels eight Russian diplomats who were 'undeclared intelligence officers'
NATO expels eight Russian diplomats who were 'undeclared intelligence officers'
NATO expels eight Russian diplomats who were 'undeclared intelligence officers' NATO said it withdrew the accreditation of eight members of the Russian mission to the military alliance NATO said it had also cut the size of Moscow's team able to work at headquarters  Moscow will retaliate to expulsion of diplomats, senior Russian lawmaker said 

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NATO has expelled eight members of Russia's mission to the military alliance, saying they were secretly working as intelligence officers. 

The organisation said it had also cut the size of Moscow's team able to work at its headquarters in Brussels.   

'We can confirm that we have withdrawn the accreditation of eight members of the Russian mission to Nato, who were undeclared Russian intelligence officers,' a Nato official said.

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