A German court Tuesday jailed a married couple for spying for the Russian secret services for more than 20 years in one of the country's biggest espionage cases since the Cold War.
The woman codenamed Heidrun (front) and her husband Andreas Anschlag face each other at a regional court in Stuttgart, southern Germany, on July 2, 2013 on the last day of their trial for spying for the Russian secret services. A German court Tuesday jailed the couple for spying for Russia for more than 20 years in one of the country's biggest espionage cases since the Cold War.
The pair, identified only by the code names Andreas and Heidrun Anschlag, were planted in the former West Germany from 1988 by the Soviet Union's KGB and later worked for its successor the SVR, the court heard.
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