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RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
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November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk,...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV6O
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov embraces a friend near a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov embraces a friend near a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov embraces a friend near a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV6N
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov waves from a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov waves from a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov waves from a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV6C
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a train before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV65
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV61
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV5X
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov looks out of a window as he sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV5P
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AV5O
November 25, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk,...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk,...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov sits in a compartment inside a train carriage before leaving for Novosibirsk, the day after he was released from a penal colony, at a railway station in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk November 25, 2012. Grey, pale and thin, Valentin Danilov has changed more than the country that jailed him in 2004 for selling state secrets to China. The 66-year-old Russian physicist, whose face is now criss-crossed with deep wrinkles, could not be blamed for suffering from "deja vu" when he was released on Saturday from a Siberian penal colony on spying charges he says were politically motivated. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT8R
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentine Danilov arrives for a news conference following his release from prison in...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov arrives for a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's...
Russian physicist Valentine Danilov arrives for a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT8Q
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT8P
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT8O
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov takes part in a news conference following his release from prison in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT7T
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov holds flowers presented to him at a news conference in Russia's Siberian...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov holds flowers presented to him at a news conference in Russia's Siberian city...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov holds flowers presented to him at a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT69
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov arrives for a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk,...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov arrives for a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov arrives for a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT67
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian city...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-SCIENTIST/
RTR3AT63
November 24, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian city...
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov speaks on a mobile phone during a news conference in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2012. Danilov walked free on parole on Saturday after serving eight years of a 14-year sentence on charges of spying for China during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS HEADSHOT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
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November 13, 2012
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands outside the Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
File photo of Russian physicist Valentin Danilov standing outside the Krasnoyarsk regional court
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands outside the Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption in this September 14, 2004 file photo. A Russian court on November 13, 2012 paroled Danilov convicted of spying for China in 2004 in a case that was criticised by human rights campaigners during President Vladimir Putin's first term. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin/Files (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW)
RUSSIA
RTR1IU8K
October 30, 2006
A man looks at stamps showing jailed Russian physicist Valentin Danilov during the exhibition "Political...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
A man looks at stamps showing jailed Russian physicist Valentin Danilov during an exhibition in Krasnoyarsk...
A man looks at stamps showing jailed Russian physicist Valentin Danilov during the exhibition "Political Prisoners of modern Russia" in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk October 30, 2006. Danilov was convicted of selling state secrets to China in 2004 in a case some rights groups said was politically driven to stop scientists working with foreigners. The exhibition was organised by the Andrey Sakharov centre, the Moscow Helsinki Group and the Memorial human rights group. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA SPY
RTRGLFD
November 24, 2004
Russian physicist Danilov looks through the bars as his lawyer looks on during a court session in Krasnoyarsk....
Krasnoyarsk
Russian physicist Danilov looks through the bars as his lawyer looks on during a court session in ......
Russian physicist Danilov looks through the bars as his lawyer looks on during a court session in Krasnoyarsk. A Russian physicist Valentin Danilov (L) looks through the bars as his lawyer Elena Evmenova looks on during a court session in Krasnoyarsk, November 24, 2004. Danilov convicted of spying for China was sentenced to 14 years in a high security jail. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA
RTRFFBN
November 10, 2004
A policeman watches Russian scientist Valentin Danilov (L) passing a security check at the entrance of...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov enters the Krasnoyarsk regional court.
A policeman watches Russian scientist Valentin Danilov (L) passing a security check at the entrance of the Krasnoyarsk regional court before its session, November 10, 2004. Danilov, convicted of spying in a retrial last week, was arrested in the courtroom on Wednesday over comments he made to a newspaper, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin CVI/WS
RUSSIA
RTRFFB9
November 10, 2004
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov stands in the lobby of the Krasnoyarsk regional court before its session,...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov stands in the lobby of the Krasnoyarsk regional court.
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov stands in the lobby of the Krasnoyarsk regional court before its session, November 10, 2004. Danilov, convicted of spying in a retrial last week, was arrested in the courtroom on Wednesday over comments he made to a newspaper, his lawyer said. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin CVI/WS
DANILOV
RTXN0ZV
November 05, 2004
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after a court session in Karsnoyarsk,...
Moscow, Russia
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after a court session in Karsnoyar.....
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after a court session in Karsnoyarsk, November 5, 2004. [A Russian court convicted Danilov of spying at a retrial, overturning his earlier acquittal that had sparked the anger of the FSB state security forces.] REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA SPY
RTR15C5D
November 05, 2004
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after a court session in Karsnoyarsk,...
Moscow
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after the court session in Karsnoyarsk....
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov answers journalists' questions after a court session in Karsnoyarsk, November 5, 2004. A Russian court convicted Danilov of spying at a retrial, overturning his earlier acquittal that had sparked the anger of the FSB state security forces. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin AS/MD
RUSSIA SPY
RTRF38Q
November 05, 2004
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov crosses a street in central Krasnoyarsk before a court session, November...
Moscow
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov crosses the street before a court session in Karsnoyarsk.
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov crosses a street in central Krasnoyarsk before a court session, November 5, 2004. A Russian court convicted Danilov of spying at a retrial, overturning his earlier acquittal that had sparked the anger of the FSB state security forces. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin AS/MD
RUSSIA
RTRAQ60
September 14, 2004
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov smokes cigarette outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov smokes cigarette outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his ......
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov smokes cigarette outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption. Russian physicist Valentin Danilov smokes a cigarette outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption, September 14, 2004. Danilov was charged with spying in 1999 after he tried to sell his invention - a tool designed to examine ways to destroy redundant satellites - to a Chinese company. Siberia's Kransoyarsk court acquitted Danilov in December 2003, fuelling outrage among prosecutors and officials from the FSB security service, who said members of the jury were not qualified to consider spying charges. The Supreme Court odered a retrial in Krasnoyarsk with a news set of judges and a new jury. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
RUSSIA
RTRAQ5S
September 14, 2004
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption,...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption....
Russian physicist Valentin Danilov stands outside Krasnoyarsk regional court before his trial resumption, September 14, 2004. Danilov was charged with spying in 1999 after he tried to sell his invention - a tool designed to examine ways to destroy redundant satellites - to a Chinese company. Siberia's Kransoyarsk court acquitted Danilov in December 2003, fuelling outrage among prosecutors and officials from the FSB security service, who said members of the jury were not qualified to consider spying charges. The Supreme Court odered a retrial in Krasnoyarsk with a news set of judges and a new jury. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin CVI/SM
RUSSIA SPYING
RTR9EOE
December 29, 2003
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov smokes a pipe during a meeting with friends in Krasnoyarsk, December...
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
SIBERIAN SCIENTIST DANILOV SMOKES A PIPE IN KRASNOYARSK.
Russian scientist Valentin Danilov smokes a pipe during a meeting with friends in Krasnoyarsk, December 29, 2003. Danilov, accused of spying for China, was cleared of all charges on Monday after a rare trial by jury that dismissed the case launched by Russia's FSB security service, the KGB's successor. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin CVI/CRB
RUSSIA
RTRB6AJ
September 27, 2002
Valentin Danilov, a well-known physicist from Krasnoyarsk, holds his
granddaughter Valeria after he...
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
PHYSICIST DANILOV HOLDS HIS GRANDDAUGHTER IN KRASNOYARSK.
Valentin Danilov, a well-known physicist from Krasnoyarsk, holds his
granddaughter Valeria after he was released from custody, September 27,
2002. Danilov, charged with selling space secrets to China, was
released on Friday, after 18 months in custody without ever being
handed a sentence, Russian agencies reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin

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