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Most notable cases of espionage

April 22, 2014, 15:23 UTC+3
50 years ago Soviet spy Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was exchanged for British MI-6 agent Greville Wynne. Prominent cases of espionage in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS
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Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged with espionage for the Soviet Union. The Rosenbergs were convicted of passing nuclear weapons secrets to the Soviet Union and were executed in 1953
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged with espionage for the Soviet Union. The Rosenbergs were convicted of passing nuclear weapons secrets to the Soviet Union and were executed in 1953
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged with espionage for the Soviet Union. The Rosenbergs were convicted of passing nuclear weapons secrets to the Soviet Union and were executed in 1953
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On February 10 1962 Soviet spy Rudolf Abel was arrested in 1957 in New York. He was later exchanged for American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Photo: Rudolf Abel during his arrest in New York
On February 10 1962 Soviet spy Rudolf Abel was arrested in 1957 in New York. He was later exchanged for American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Photo: Rudolf Abel during his arrest in New York
On February 10 1962 Soviet spy Rudolf Abel was arrested in 1957 in New York. He was later exchanged for American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Photo: Rudolf Abel during his arrest in New York
© AP Photo
American pilot Francis Gary Powers, whose plane was hit over the Urals in 1960
American pilot Francis Gary Powers, whose plane was hit over the Urals in 1960
American pilot Francis Gary Powers, whose plane was hit over the Urals in 1960
© AP Photo/Allied Museum
Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was charged with spying in UK in 1961 and sentenced to 25 years in prison. On April 22 1964 he was exchanged for British MI-6 spy Greville Wynne. Photo: Konon Molody
Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was charged with spying in UK in 1961 and sentenced to 25 years in prison. On April 22 1964 he was exchanged for British MI-6 spy Greville Wynne. Photo: Konon Molody
Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was charged with spying in UK in 1961 and sentenced to 25 years in prison. On April 22 1964 he was exchanged for British MI-6 spy Greville Wynne. Photo: Konon Molody
© Fotokhronika TASS
Greville Wynne was arrested in 1962 and sentenced to 8 years in prison in the Soviet Union. He was an intermediary for the double agent Soviet spy Oleg Penkovsky (photo), who informed the UK and US about the Soviet emplacement of missiles in Cuba
Greville Wynne was arrested in 1962 and sentenced to 8 years in prison in the Soviet Union. He was an intermediary for the double agent Soviet spy Oleg Penkovsky (photo), who informed the UK and US about the Soviet emplacement of missiles in Cuba
Greville Wynne was arrested in 1962 and sentenced to 8 years in prison in the Soviet Union. He was an intermediary for the double agent Soviet spy Oleg Penkovsky (photo), who informed the UK and US about the Soviet emplacement of missiles in Cuba
©  AP Photo
In 1961 Soviet spies of American origin Morris and Leontine Theresa Cohen (pseudonyms Peter and Helen Kroger) were arrested in Great Britain and sentenced to 25 and 20 years in prison respectively. Photo: Morris Cohen (Peter Kroger) at a London airport
In 1961 Soviet spies of American origin Morris and Leontine Theresa Cohen (pseudonyms Peter and Helen Kroger) were arrested in Great Britain and sentenced to 25 and 20 years in prison respectively. Photo: Morris Cohen (Peter Kroger) at a London airport
In 1961 Soviet spies of American origin Morris and Leontine Theresa Cohen (pseudonyms Peter and Helen Kroger) were arrested in Great Britain and sentenced to 25 and 20 years in prison respectively. Photo: Morris Cohen (Peter Kroger) at a London airport
© AP Photo
In October 1969 the USSR and Great Britain exchanged Soviet spies for British agent Gerald Brooke
In October 1969 the USSR and Great Britain exchanged Soviet spies for British agent Gerald Brooke
In October 1969 the USSR and Great Britain exchanged Soviet spies for British agent Gerald Brooke
© AP Photo
Former CIA agent Aldrich Ames was convicted of espionage against USA in 1994. He was sentenced to life in prison
Former CIA agent Aldrich Ames was convicted of espionage against USA in 1994. He was sentenced to life in prison
Former CIA agent Aldrich Ames was convicted of espionage against USA in 1994. He was sentenced to life in prison
© AP Photo/Denis Paquin
In June 2010 10 people were arrested in USA on suspicion of working for the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency. Anna Chapman, Mikhail Vasenkov and Vicky Peláez, Andrey Bezrukov and Yelena Vavilova, Vladimir and Lidiya Guryev, Mikhail Kutsik and Nataliya Pereverzeva and Mikhail Semenko were later exchanged for 4 people serving prison terms for espionage in Russia
In June 2010 10 people were arrested in USA on suspicion of working for the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency. Anna Chapman, Mikhail Vasenkov and Vicky Peláez, Andrey Bezrukov and Yelena Vavilova, Vladimir and Lidiya Guryev, Mikhail Kutsik and Nataliya Pereverzeva and Mikhail Semenko were later exchanged for 4 people serving prison terms for espionage in Russia
In June 2010 10 people were arrested in USA on suspicion of working for the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency. Anna Chapman, Mikhail Vasenkov and Vicky Peláez, Andrey Bezrukov and Yelena Vavilova, Vladimir and Lidiya Guryev, Mikhail Kutsik and Nataliya Pereverzeva and Mikhail Semenko were later exchanged for 4 people serving prison terms for espionage in Russia
© EPA/SHIRLEY SHEPARD
In 2011 the FBI publicly released several materials related to this espionage case. Photo: Anna Chapman
In 2011 the FBI publicly released several materials related to this espionage case. Photo: Anna Chapman
In 2011 the FBI publicly released several materials related to this espionage case. Photo: Anna Chapman
© AP Photo
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Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were charged with espionage for the Soviet Union. The Rosenbergs were convicted of passing nuclear weapons secrets to the Soviet Union and were executed in 1953
© AP Photo
On February 10 1962 Soviet spy Rudolf Abel was arrested in 1957 in New York. He was later exchanged for American pilot Francis Gary Powers. Photo: Rudolf Abel during his arrest in New York
© AP Photo
American pilot Francis Gary Powers, whose plane was hit over the Urals in 1960
© AP Photo/Allied Museum
Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was charged with spying in UK in 1961 and sentenced to 25 years in prison. On April 22 1964 he was exchanged for British MI-6 spy Greville Wynne. Photo: Konon Molody
© Fotokhronika TASS
Greville Wynne was arrested in 1962 and sentenced to 8 years in prison in the Soviet Union. He was an intermediary for the double agent Soviet spy Oleg Penkovsky (photo), who informed the UK and US about the Soviet emplacement of missiles in Cuba
©  AP Photo
In 1961 Soviet spies of American origin Morris and Leontine Theresa Cohen (pseudonyms Peter and Helen Kroger) were arrested in Great Britain and sentenced to 25 and 20 years in prison respectively. Photo: Morris Cohen (Peter Kroger) at a London airport
© AP Photo
In October 1969 the USSR and Great Britain exchanged Soviet spies for British agent Gerald Brooke
© AP Photo
Former CIA agent Aldrich Ames was convicted of espionage against USA in 1994. He was sentenced to life in prison
© AP Photo/Denis Paquin
In June 2010 10 people were arrested in USA on suspicion of working for the Russian Federation's external intelligence agency. Anna Chapman, Mikhail Vasenkov and Vicky Peláez, Andrey Bezrukov and Yelena Vavilova, Vladimir and Lidiya Guryev, Mikhail Kutsik and Nataliya Pereverzeva and Mikhail Semenko were later exchanged for 4 people serving prison terms for espionage in Russia
© EPA/SHIRLEY SHEPARD
In 2011 the FBI publicly released several materials related to this espionage case. Photo: Anna Chapman
© AP Photo

On April 22 1964 Soviet spy Konon Molody (Gordon Lonsdale) was exchanged for British MI-6 spy Greville Wynne. Konon Molody was arrested in 1960 and sentenced to 25 years in prison. Greville Wynne, arrested in 1962 and sentenced to 8 years in prison in the Soviet Union, was an intermediary for the doubble agent Soviet spy Oleg Penkovsky, who was selling secrets to British intelligence. The well-known cases of espionage in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS

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