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Russia WAS behind assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in London, European Court of Human Rights rules

Russia was responsible for the 2006 death of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko who was poisoned with radioactive Polonium, European judges have ruled.

Litvinenko, a prominent critic of the Kremlin, died aged 43 in London after drinking green tea laced with Polonium 210 at the plush Millennium Hotel in Mayfair.

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