Lawmakers sound alarm about Russian spy ship off Conn. coast
CBS News - Thursday, 16 February 2017
Members of Congress are sounding the alarm about a Russian spy ship sailing off the Connecticut coast. They say the vessel, the Viktor Leonov, may be collecting information on Naval Submarine Base New London, the Navy's main submarine facility on the East Coast. It appears to be part of a recent pattern of Russian provocations. Don Dahler reports.
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