British Inquiry Points At Putin In Litvinenko's Killing
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A British inquiry concluded that there is a "strong probability" that the poisoning of Aleskandr Litvinenko was carried out by Russian agents acting under orders from Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB). His widow said the ruling confirmed claims made by the former Russian security agent on his deathbed. (Reuters)