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A US judge has ordered 10 Russian spy suspects be deported as part of a Cold War-style swap between the US and Russia.
The order was made moments after all 10 pleaded guilty in what a federal prosecutor called a plea bargain.
US Justice Department officials say that in exchange for the 10, Russia will free 4 prisoners accused of spying for the US.
They haven't been identified but Justice Department officials say three of them were convicted of treason.
On Thursday, Russian nuclear scientist Igor Sutyagin reportedly left a Moscow jail for Vienna, on his way to London.
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