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Litvinenko , a former K.G.B. officer and self-exiled dissident, ingested a rare and highly toxic radioactive isotope, polonium 210, from a teapot at a hotel in Grosvenor Square. Three weeks and one day later, he was dead after an excruciating decline.
KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko after being poisoned byradioactive polonium in London in November 2006, following adeathbed statement inwhich he accused Vladimir Putin, who then was president, ofauthorizing his killing. Cameron brushed aside
Despite the signing of a 250-million-euro trade deal between Russia and the UK on Monday, the two countries aren't so closer to solving a 5-year-old diplomatic crisis that has strained relations.Russia has, until now, rejected the
British Prime Minister David Cameron criticized Russia Monday over its handling of the case of Alexander Litvinenko, the dissident Russian spy who was killed in London in 2006. "When a crime is committed, that is a matter for the courts," he said,
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and British Prime Minister, David Cameron, made known to enhance trade and investment between their countries, despite the persistent problems in their relationship. Both heads of state made
David Cameron is to be applauded for his well-meaning attempt to improve relations with Russia, but I can't say I have much confidence that he will achieve a satisfactory outcome. By that I mean I very much doubt that http://www.bbc.
PUTIN’S POPULARITY RATINGS WARAfter the terrorist attacks in Moscow, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin returned to his favorite rhetoric: "We know that terrorists lay low. But it is a point of honor of a
On the second anniversary of his death, the Litvinenko Justice Foundation again called for the extradition of prime suspect Andrei Lugovoi, 42. Former KGB agent Mr Litvinenko, 43, died on 23 November 2006 after being poisoned with Polonium-210. The
Two years after Alexander Litvinenko died in agony at a London hospital, the man accused of murdering him with radioactive poison is prepared to come to Britain to be questioned by Scotland Yard. Andrei Lugovoy, looking fit and relaxed, made the
At Terroritory.com, we had a post on March 29, 2008, " Alexander Litvinenko: a wife's plea". This post was a copy of a letter written by the widow of the ex KGB operative who was allegedly murdered on November 1, 2006. by another KGB