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Leonid Sviridov, a journalist for Russian state news agency Rossiya Segodnya, demanded to know details of the allegations against him, which authorities have so far kept secret.Sviridov was stripped of his right to work as a journalist in Poland last month by the Foreign Ministry less than two weeks after Poland detained a top Polish army official and a Polish-Russian lawyer on suspicion of spying for Moscow.Sviridov was also reportedly denied the right to work in the Czech Republic in 2006 on allegations of espionage.
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