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Son of Russian spies could return to US for school

Tim (left) and Alex Foley are the sons of spies who lived in Cambridge before moving to Russia in a publicized swap. Tim (left) and Alex Foley are the sons of spies who lived in Cambridge before moving to Russia in a publicized swap. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Alex Katz and David Filipov
Globe Correspondent | Globe Staff / August 21, 2010

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The elder son of the two Cambridge residents who were living a double life as Russian spies may be trying to return to study in the United States, but his younger brother plans to stay in Moscow, according to an official from the Cambridge school he attended before his parents were deported. (Full article: 922 words)

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