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International Business Times
Spain issues arrest warrants for senior Russian government officials accused of mafia links up at a January court hearing. Spain does not try people in absentia. In Janua
Spain issues arrest warrants for senior Russian government officials accused of mafia links
International Business Times / Posted 8 hours ago
up at a January court hearing. Spain does not try people in absentia. In January, the Times reported that former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko may have been murdered because he was prepared to testify in court about links between organised crime... Read more
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express
Delta Force agent claims they were 'abducted by UFO' in shock complaint to US militaryor surveillance of high-value targets. The allegations bears startling similar
Delta Force agent claims they were 'abducted by UFO' in shock complaint to US military
express / Posted 5 days ago
or surveillance of high-value targets. The allegations bears startling similarities to the murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, 43, who is believed to have been killed by the KGB on orders of the Kremlin and died from uranium... Read more
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express
SHOCK CLAIM: US military 'poisoned Delta Force friendly fire witness with uranium'or surveillance of high-value targets. The allegations bears startling similar
SHOCK CLAIM: US military 'poisoned Delta Force friendly fire witness with uranium'
express / Posted 5 days ago
or surveillance of high-value targets. The allegations bears startling similarities to the murder of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, 43, who is believed to have been killed by the KGB on orders of the Kremlin and died from uranium... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia's Top Cop Wants Internet Censorship to Fight U.S. 'Info War'as an example rulings concerning the ex-shareholders of the defunct oil firm Yu
Russia's Top Cop Wants Internet Censorship to Fight U.S. 'Info War'
The Moscow Times / Posted 14 days ago
as an example rulings concerning the ex-shareholders of the defunct oil firm Yukos and the killing of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. However, the most devastating aspect of this war has been the information war waged by the U.S., the... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia's Top Investigator Wants Internet Censorship to Fight U.S. 'Info War'as an example rulings concerning the ex-shareholders of the defunct oil firm Yu
Russia's Top Investigator Wants Internet Censorship to Fight U.S. 'Info War'
The Moscow Times / Posted 15 days ago
as an example rulings concerning the ex-shareholders of the defunct oil firm Yukos and the killing of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. However, the most devastating aspect of this war has been the information war waged by the U.S., the... Read more
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DW
Keeping tabs on covert spy activities |such as Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov (the umbrella poison murder of 1978 i
Keeping tabs on covert spy activities |
DW / Posted 20 days ago
such as Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov (the umbrella poison murder of 1978 in London) or Russian double agent Alexander Litvinenko (polonium poisoning in 2006, also in London) were assassinated. The CIA - which, unlike the KGB, is... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Why the Kremlin backs Donald Trumpwas welcomed. In January, after a British judge ruled that Putin had "probably
Why the Kremlin backs Donald Trump
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 20 days ago
was welcomed. In January, after a British judge ruled that Putin had "probably" authorized the murder of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko in London, Trump said he saw "no evidence" the Russian president was guilty. "First of all, he says he... Read more
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Daily Star
Russia's Putin accused of having secret 'battle groups in Europe ready to attack West'coach Ezio Gamba Litvinenko widow urges sanctions against Russia and Putin Lo
Russia's Putin accused of having secret 'battle groups in Europe ready to attack West'
Daily Star / Posted 22 days ago
coach Ezio Gamba Litvinenko widow urges sanctions against Russia and Putin London (AFP) - The widow of Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko calls for sanctions against Russia and a travel ban on President Vladimir Putin after a British judge... Read more
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Daily Mirror
David Cameron plans to make doping in sport a criminal offenceVladimir Putin refuses to allow the extradition of two chief suspects They arg
David Cameron plans to make doping in sport a criminal offence
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
Vladimir Putin refuses to allow the extradition of two chief suspects They argued that as the killers of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko could not be brought to justice for poisoning him in 2006 they would have little hope of getting an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
5 most poisonous substances in the worldpotent, other, less potent venoms might kill faster. Photo / iStock With the a
5 most poisonous substances in the world
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
potent, other, less potent venoms might kill faster. Photo / iStock With the announcement of an inquiry into the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, talk of poisons is back in the news. There are many articles with lists of the most poisonous... Read more

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