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New details in Litvinenko`s case
28.11.2006 14:04
New details in Litvinenko`s case

British police report that traces of radioactive polonium-210 have been found in the building in Down Street where the London office of the Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky is located. The building has been sealed up.
      According to one of the versions, Alexander Litvinenko, whose death was caused by poisoning with radioactive polonium-210, went to Down Street after the meeting with the Italian informer Mario Scaramella. Now the police are trying to investigate how the radioactive element could get there.
      At the moment there are six places in London where isotopes of polonium have been found. Since Friday, November 24, Londoners live with the thought that radiation may present in public places of the city.


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