In this undated file photo European Pressphoto Agency photographer Zurab Kurtsikidze seen in Tbilisi, Georgia. Georgian police say the personal photographer of the country's president has been arrested on suspicion of espionage, along with two other photographers. A brief statement on the Interior Ministry's website Thursday said the detainees were Irakli Gedenidze, the photographer for Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvil; Zurab Kurtsikidze of the European Pressphoto Agency; Foreign Ministry photographer Georgy Abdaladze. Gedenidze's wife also was arrested. The statement said they were suspected of sending information harmful to Georgia to an unspecified foreign country. Associated Press photographer Skakh Aivazov was also held in the early Thursday detentions, but was released after several hours without charges. (AP Photo/Vano Shlamov, Pool)

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In this undated file photo European Pressphoto Agency photographer Zurab Kurtsikidze  seen in Tbilisi, Georgia. Georgian police say the personal photographer of the country's president has been arrested on suspicion of espionage, along with two other photographers. A brief statement on the Interior Ministry's website Thursday said the detainees were Irakli Gedenidze, the photographer for Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvil; Zurab Kurtsikidze of the European Pressphoto Agency; Foreign Ministry photographer Georgy Abdaladze. Gedenidze's wife also was arrested.  The statement said they were suspected of sending information harmful to Georgia to an unspecified foreign country. Associated Press photographer Skakh Aivazov was also held in the early Thursday detentions, but was released after several hours without charges. (AP Photo/Vano Shlamov, Pool)
In this undated file photo European Pressphoto Agency photographer Zurab Kurtsikidze seen in Tbilisi, Georgia. Georgian police say the personal photographer of the country's president has been arrested on suspicion of espionage, along with two other photographers. A brief statement on the Interior Ministry's website Thursday said the detainees were Irakli Gedenidze, the photographer for Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvil; Zurab Kurtsikidze of the European Pressphoto Agency; Foreign Ministry photographer Georgy Abdaladze. Gedenidze's wife also was arrested. The statement said they were suspected of sending information harmful to Georgia to an unspecified foreign country. Associated Press photographer Skakh Aivazov was also held in the early Thursday detentions, but was released after several hours without charges. (AP Photo/Vano Shlamov, Pool)
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