Spat over election hacking joins list of Moscow-US feuds

FILE - In this April 28, 1994 file photo, former CIA agent Aldrich Ames leaves federal court in Alexandria, Va. U.S. relations with Moscow during and after the Cold War have been marred by diplomatic dustups ranging from espionage scandals to an Olympics boycott. In February 1994, the U.S. expelled Russian senior intelligence officer Alexander Lysenko, saying he was in a position to be responsible for the spying of CIA agent Ames. This was just days after Ames and his wife, Rosario, were arrested on charges of selling secrets to Moscow from at least 1985 to 1993. (AP Photo/Denis Paquin, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. relations with Moscow during and after the Cold War have been marred by diplomatic dustups ranging from espionage scandals to an Olympics boycott.

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