Suspected U.S. Spy 'Is Holding Up Surprisingly Well' In Russian Jail, Lawyer Says

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2019/02/12/gettyimages-1086037472_wide-d5ac8468c55ec5dc7ad52a936c581d41d041f1b9.jpg?s=600’ alt=’Paul Whelan, an American accused of espionage and arrested in Russia, listens to his lawyers while standing inside a defendants’ cage during a hearing at a court in Moscow on Jan. 22.’/>

The brother of Paul Whelan, the American arrested in Moscow in late December, says Russia has given the family no information for why he is being accused of spying.

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