This Tuesday, May 14, 2013 file photo shows the main building of the Russian Federal Security Services, FSB, reflected in a shop's glass door on Lubyanka Square in Moscow, Russia. (AP Photo/Ivan Sekretarev, File)
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Russia said Monday its security services had detained a U.S. citizen in Moscow accused of spying, the latest in a series of espionage cases between Russia and the West.The arrest came with Moscow embroiled in a number of spy scandals with the West and after President Vladimir Putin accused Western nations of using espionage cases to try undermine an increasingly powerful Russia.Relations between Russia and the West have hit a new low following the incidents, with the United States and Europe hitting Moscow with waves of sanctions over the spy scandals and the conflict in Ukraine.In his annual press conference this month, Putin said Western pressure was aimed at restraining a resurgent Russia.
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