Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas arrives at the European Union Council building to attend the working dinner of the European Summit in Brussels February 19, 2016. / AFP / THIERRY CHARLIER
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Three men have been jailed for spying for Russia, Estonia's state prosecutor's office said Tuesday, an unusual case targeting low-level smugglers that comes amid heightened concern over muscular Russian foreign policy in eastern Europe.The three men, whose ages range from 21 to 42, received sentences ranging from two years to four years and ten months for supplying information to Russian security services on the movements and operations of Estonia's security service, defense forces and border guards.
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