EDS NOTE : FACES NOT VISIBLE TO COMPLY WITH A COURT ORDER - Combination photo shows accused spies, aliases Andreas Anschlag, left, and his wife Heidrun in a court room in Stuttgart

 

              EDS NOTE : FACES NOT VISIBLE  TO COMPLY WITH A COURT ORDER - Combination photo shows accused spies, aliases Andreas Anschlag, left, and  his wife  Heidrun  in a court room in Stuttgart
EDS NOTE : FACES NOT VISIBLE TO COMPLY WITH A COURT ORDER - Combination photo shows accused spies, aliases Andreas Anschlag, left, and his wife Heidrun in a court room in Stuttgart southern Germany Tuesday Jan. 15, 2013. Andreas and Heidrun Anschlag - known only by the fake names that were found on the fake Austrian passports they used to enter Germany - are charged with providing Russia’s SVR, the successor to the Soviet-era KGB’s foreign intelligence service, with information on German, EU and NATO’s security policies and more general details on Russian-German relations. Both, thought to be in their mid-40s, denied charges of espionage as their trial opened Tuesday in Stuttgart state court, but refused to make any other statements, the dpa news agency reported. (AP Photo/dpa/Bernd Weissbrod)