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Russian spy ship spotted off coast of Virginia

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Virginian-Pilot Ledger Star: A Russian ship that the U.S. has been monitoring is making its way down the coast and has been spotted near Virginia, according to reports. A U.S. defense official told The Associated Press on Tuesday the ship, the Viktor Leonov, has been operating in international waters off the East Coast. The official said it made a port call in Cuba previously and was monitored off Delaware. The U.S. Navy conducts similar intelligence-gathering operations against Russian military targets, such as its submarine bases, from international waters.

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