Alexander Litvinenkoâ€™s death put the spotlight on the world of spying Russian agents are as active in Britain now as at the height of the Cold War, the BBC reported on Thursday quoting senior Whitehall officials.
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The Russian Prosecutor Generalâ€™s Office wants to interview more than 100 people in London as part of an investigation into the poisoning of ex-FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko, the RIA-Novosti news agency reported on Monday quoting a deputy prosecutor general.
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The funeral of the poisoned Russian former spy Alexander Litvinenko was being held at Highgate Cemetery in north London today.
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Russia should carry out its own investigation into the poisoning death in London of former intelligence agent Alexander Litvinenko, the deputy justice minister was quoted by a newspaper in Moscow as saying, Agence France-Presse reported.
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Poisoned former spy Alexander Litvinenkoâ€™s deathbed message may have accused Russian President Vladimir Putin, but pro-Kremlin lawmakers and state-controlled television networks pointed the finger at a prominent Putin enemy in Britain â€” tycoon Boris Berezovsky, the Associated Press reports.
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Russia’s foreign intelligence service denied Monday any involvement in the alleged poisoning of a former agent in London.
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