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WARSAW, POLAND (AP) – Poland has identified 45 Russian intelligence officers using diplomatic status as cover to stay in the country and authorities are seeking to expel them, officials said yesterday.

Poland’s Internal Security Agency said it’s asking the Foreign Ministry to urgently remove the Russians, who were described as a danger to Poland’s security, from the country.

“These are people who have and operate using their diplomatic status, but in reality conduct intelligence activities against Poland,” said the state security spokesman Stanislaw Zaryn.

More details on Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin