Russia: FSB release video showing arrests of alleged spies in Sevastopol

Footage released on Thursday by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) shows the detention of the members of an alleged Ukrainian spy cell in Sevastopol.
The Federal Security Service (FSB) reported that the three men were from Ukrainian Military Intelligence and were planning to conduct attacks on Crimea's military facilities and civil infrastructure.
Kiev denied the allegations, as reports circulated from unnamed sources that the men have already confessed. The alleged spies will be detained for two months.
The arrests follow the August detention of another group of alleged Ukrainian spies who were detained in Crimea after being spotted near Armyansk.
Again the FSB said the group was well equipped with arms and explosives that they suspect for attacks on the Crimean peninsula.