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Two Russian accused spies, who were part of the largest spy swap deal since the Cold War, have contacted their relatives.
Dubbed the "glamorous redhead", Anna Chapman, told her sister by phone that "everything is OK", after she landed at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport. Meanwhile on the other end of the deal, Igor Sutyagin telephoned his brother from a hotel on the outskirts of London, after being released from a Russian prison earlier this week. He was charged with spying for the West with three other Russians and was sentenced to 15 years in 2004.
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