The findings of a British inquiry into the demise of former Russian spy and high-profile defector Alexander Litvinenko were released Thursday, concluding that Litvinenko’s 2006 death by polonium poisoning was the result of a Russian government operation, likely personally approved…
By PBS NewsHour
A British inquiry found that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably” signed off on the poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 in London.
By News Desk
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