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Radiation traces found in British Airways planes
30.11.2006 12:46
Radiation traces found in British Airways planes

Yesterday, November 29, traces of a radioactive substance were found on board of two planes belonging to British Airways. One more plane of the company is now in Domodedovo airport in Moscow where a group of British experts are coming to conduct radioactive tests. The probes taken on the two already examined planes didnt show a high level of nuclear contamination.
      The investigators do not exclude the version that the radioactive substance was produced outside Britain. They are now trying to find out the possible ways of how the element could get on board. Some specialists deem that the traces of radiation could be left by the people who met with Litvinenko after he had been poisoned.


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