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Daily Star
Terror cops foil 7-man plot to bomb MoscowEXTREMISTS: The gunman stormed Russia from Turkey The Russian Federal Security
Terror cops foil 7-man plot to bomb Moscow
Daily Star / Posted 25 minutes ago
EXTREMISTS: The gunman stormed Russia from Turkey The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said the gunmen were planning to use improvised explosive devices in a series of "high-profile terrorist attacks" on Moscow, St. Petersburg and the... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Russian authorities detain 7 on suspicion of terrorist plotMOSCOW (AP) � Russia's state security service says it has detained seven people
Russian authorities detain 7 on suspicion of terrorist plot
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 39 minutes ago
MOSCOW (AP) � Russia's state security service says it has detained seven people in the country's Ural mountain region on suspicion of terrorist activities. The country's Federal Security Service announced on Monday that the suspects, detained in the... Read more
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Salon.com
Russian authorities detain 7 on suspicion of terrorist plotMOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s state security service says it has detained seven people
Russian authorities detain 7 on suspicion of terrorist plot
Salon.com / Posted 47 minutes ago
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s state security service says it has detained seven people in the country’s Ural mountain region on suspicion of terrorist activities. The country’s Federal Security Service announced on Monday that the suspects, detained in the... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Security Officials Destroy Turkish Oranges in the North CaucasusRussian security officials have seized nearly half a ton of oranges from vendor
Russian Security Officials Destroy Turkish Oranges in the North Caucasus
The Moscow Times / Posted 3 days ago
Russian security officials have seized nearly half a ton of oranges from vendors at a city market in the North Caucasus and destroyed the fruit, reasoning that the oranges had been brought from Turkey against Russia's ban on food imports from the... Read more
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The Indian Express
Riyadh deports man wanted for terror plot a decade agoTop jihad commander Muhammad Abdul Aziz, a Hyderabad resident sought by Indian
Riyadh deports man wanted for terror plot a decade ago
The Indian Express / Posted 3 days ago
Top jihad commander Muhammad Abdul Aziz, a Hyderabad resident sought by Indian intelligence and police for over a decade, has been deported home from Saudi Arabia to face trial. Also known by the alias “Giddah”, Aziz was flown to Lucknow Tuesday. He... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Foreign Affairs Scope: Putin 'probably' ordered the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006A report from UK judge Robert Owen shows that Russian President Vladimir Putin
Foreign Affairs Scope: Putin 'probably' ordered the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
A report from UK judge Robert Owen shows that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably” ordered the assassination of former intelligence officer and dissident Alexander Litvinenko in 2006. Mr Litvinenko defected to London in 2000 and had... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
Russian Report: Radical Turkish group 'behind Russian airliner bombing'Feb. 01--Turkish radical militants loyal to the Islamic State group may be behi
Russian Report: Radical Turkish group 'behind Russian airliner bombing'
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 5 days ago
Feb. 01--Turkish radical militants loyal to the Islamic State group may be behind the downing of a Russian passenger plane in Egypt last October, according to a report by leading Russian daily Kommersant's website. "The Russian Federal Security... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Letters From a Russian Political PrisonerIn Alexander Solzhenitsyn's book "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich," the
Letters From a Russian Political Prisoner
The Moscow Times / Posted 10 days ago
In Alexander Solzhenitsyn's book "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich," the main character is allowed to write home to his wife and children twice a year. It is 1951, two years before Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's death. Solzhenitsyn's character... Read more
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BBC News
Stalin 'used secret laboratory to analyse Mao's excrement' - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
Stalin 'used secret laboratory to analyse Mao's excrement'
BBC News / Posted 10 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Stalin 'used secret laboratory to... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russian Lawmaker Blames U.S. for Flu EpidemicA State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, an
Russian Lawmaker Blames U.S. for Flu Epidemic
The Moscow Times / Posted 12 days ago
A State Duma lawmaker has blamed Russia's flu epidemic on the United States, and said he would ask government and security agencies to take “serious” action in response, the Russian News Service reported Tuesday. Communist lawmaker Vadim Solovyov... Read more
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BBC News
Russia BBC Panorama: Kremlin demands 'Putin corruption' proof - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
Russia BBC Panorama: Kremlin demands 'Putin corruption' proof
BBC News / Posted 12 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America Russia BBC Panorama:... Read more
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BBC News
'Putin is corrupt' says US Treasury - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
'Putin is corrupt' says US Treasury
BBC News / Posted 13 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Latin America The US... Read more
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DEBKAfile
A new US-Russian-Turkish military buildup over Syria: In unison or at odds?The US and Russia are in the process of a military buildup in the Kurdish areas
A new US-Russian-Turkish military buildup over Syria: In unison or at odds?
DEBKAfile / Posted 14 days ago
The US and Russia are in the process of a military buildup in the Kurdish areas of northern Syria. It is ranged along a narrow strip of land 85 km long, stretching from Hassakeh in the east up to the Kurdish town of Qamishli on the Syrian-Turkish... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Russia ties with Thais at 'strongest' pointKirill Barsky, Russian ambassador to Thailand: Best relations since the tsars.
Russia ties with Thais at 'strongest' point
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 14 days ago
Kirill Barsky, Russian ambassador to Thailand: Best relations since the tsars. (Photos by Jiraporn Kuhakan) The Russian envoy to Thailand says relations with Thailand are at their ''strongest'' point, as the countries prepare to mark their 120th... Read more
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Daily Record
Putin's 'agents who killed Litvinenko' left polonium radiation in embassyThe two Russians accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko contaminated a British
Putin's 'agents who killed Litvinenko' left polonium radiation in embassy
Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
The two Russians accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko contaminated a British embassy with radiation - locking it down for months. The agents left a trail of deadly polonium behind after they went there to deny poisoning the rebel spy with it. A... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Putin's 'agents who killed Litvinenko' left polonium radiation in embassyThe two Russians accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko contaminated a British
Putin's 'agents who killed Litvinenko' left polonium radiation in embassy
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
The two Russians accused of killing Alexander Litvinenko contaminated a British embassy with radiation - locking it down for months. The agents left a trail of deadly polonium behind after they went there to deny poisoning the rebel spy with it. A... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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The Young Witness
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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express
Alexander Litvinenko's brother: Britain had more reason to kill ex-KGB spy than Russia THE brother of Alexander Litvinenko said it is "ridiculous" to blame Russia f
Alexander Litvinenko's brother: Britain had more reason to kill ex-KGB spy than Russia
express / Posted 16 days ago
THE brother of Alexander Litvinenko said it is "ridiculous" to blame Russia for his sibling's death as he accused the UK Government of having more motivation than... Read more
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Western Advocate
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. In July 2006, Russian... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Litvinenko Affidavit Says Russia�s FSB Ordered Petukhov MurderMikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia foundation has published a statement reporte
Litvinenko Affidavit Says Russia�s FSB Ordered Petukhov Murder
The Moscow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia foundation has published a statement reportedly signed by ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in which he accused Russia's secret services of ordering the killing of the then-mayor of a Siberian oil town. The document not... Read more
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The Moscow Times
Russia's Ruling Regime Must Modernize or Face CollapseIn 2014-2015, Russia's domestic policy was pushed abroad — first toward Ukraine
Russia's Ruling Regime Must Modernize or Face Collapse
The Moscow Times / Posted 17 days ago
In 2014-2015, Russia's domestic policy was pushed abroad — first toward Ukraine, then toward Syria. In 2016 the Russian authorities will have to shift their focus away from shaping the world order and toward putting their own house in order.... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Canberra Times
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Age
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Courier
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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The Young Witness
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Western Advocate
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Manning River Times
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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The North West Star
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The North West Star / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
A Serious Charge Against Putin, But Little Threat Of SanctionBritain says the circumstantial evidence points to Russian President Vladimir P
A Serious Charge Against Putin, But Little Threat Of Sanction
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
Britain says the circumstantial evidence points to Russian President Vladimir Putin's involvement in the poisoning death of an ex-Russian security agent who died after drinking polonium-laced tea at a London hotel. So what's Britain going to do... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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The Border Mail
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history
Alexander Litvinenko: ex-KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
In one of the most shocking, blatant political assassinations in recent history, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was murdered in 2006 in London, when lethal polonium was slipped into his cup of tea at a London hotel. Almost a decade later an... Read more
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WA Today
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trailIn July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg
Alexander Litvinenko:KGB agent's death by polonium-210 leaves long trail
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
In July 2006, Russian dissident Vladimir Bukovsky​ and former KGB colonel Oleg Gordievsky​ co-wrote a letter to The Times in London. A new Russian law empowered President Vladimir Putin to "use his secret services as death squads to eliminate... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
A Litvinenko primer: The killing, the alleged killers and Putin’s roleAlexander Litvinenko, 43, was a former KGB agent and outspoken critic of Russia
A Litvinenko primer: The killing, the alleged killers and Putin’s role
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
Alexander Litvinenko, 43, was a former KGB agent and outspoken critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin who fled to Britain in 2000. Alexander Litvinenko, then an officer of Russia’s state security service FSB, attends a news conference in Moscow... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Why would Putin have had a former KGB operative poisoned?A highly anticipated British inquiry into the 2006 killing of Russian Alexander
Why would Putin have had a former KGB operative poisoned?
Chicago Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
A highly anticipated British inquiry into the 2006 killing of Russian Alexander Litvinenko has reached a remarkable conclusion: Russian President Vladimir Putin likely approved the poisoning of the former KGB operative, who died after radioactive... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Putin linked to killingLitvinenko, 43, an outspoken critic of Putin who fled Russia for Britain six ye
Putin linked to killing
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 17 days ago
Litvinenko, 43, an outspoken critic of Putin who fled Russia for Britain six years to the day before he was poisoned, died after drinking laced green tea. An inquiry led by senior British judge Robert Owen found that former KGB bodyguard Andrei... Read more
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asianage
Vladimir Putin probably approved spy’s murder: InquiryPresident Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operatio
Vladimir Putin probably approved spy’s murder: Inquiry
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210 in London, a British inquiry concluded on Thursday, prompting a row with Moscow. Russia, which... Read more
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Deepika
World News DetailClick here for detailed news of all itemsUK inquiry links Putin to fatal poison
World News Detail
Deepika / Posted 17 days ago
Click here for detailed news of all itemsUK inquiry links Putin to fatal poisoning of former KGB spyLondon: Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the killing of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko who died in a hospital here in 2006... Read more
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asianage
Vladimir Putin probably approved spy's murder InquiryPresident Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operatio
Vladimir Putin probably approved spy's murder Inquiry
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210 in London, a British inquiry concluded on Thursday, prompting a row with Moscow. Russia, which... Read more
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22 WSBT South Bend
Inquiry: Putin probably approved ex-spy's deathRussian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation by Russian age
Inquiry: Putin probably approved ex-spy's death
22 WSBT South Bend / Posted 17 days ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation by Russian agents to kill former FSB spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, a detailed UK inquiry has concluded. Retired High Court Judge Robert Owen, who conducted the inquiry, wrote that... Read more
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Swissinfo
Putin 'probably' approved murder of LitvinenkoBy Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin probably approve
Putin 'probably' approved murder of Litvinenko
Swissinfo / Posted 17 days ago
By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210 in London, a British inquiry concluded on Thursday,... Read more
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