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FORMER KGB CHIEF PUNISHED

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A former KGB counterintelligence chief has been stripped of his military rank and decorations after telling media that the spy agency should be abolished, Tass said Saturday.

Oleg Kalugin, 55, a major-general who said he was hounded out of the agency because of his reformist views, spoke to journalists and appeared on Soviet television saying the KGB had too much power and should be disbanded.

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