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The British government today announced plans for a wide-ranging public inquiry into the 2006 death of poisoned ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko.
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An Alaska-based military policeman was sentenced to 16 years in prison and will receive a dishonourable discharge.
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Britain`s secret intelligence service MI6 paid at least 90,000 pounds ($136,000) to former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, who died after being poisoned in London in 2006, a British daily reported.
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Another lawyer said the UK has evidence that the Russian government was behind Litvinenko`s death.
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A British inquest into the killing of ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko may make public previously unreleased details about the murder investigation, a lawyer said.
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Andreas Anschlag, 46, a mechanical engineer, and his spouse Heidrun, 52, a housewife, were arrested in a police raid in October last year.
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A US senator has claimed that the prostitutes could have been placed there on behalf of Russia.
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Johnny Depp is set to produce a fact-based thriller on the story of Alexander Litvinenko.
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Anna Chapman, who was deported from the US last year, has been keeping a high profile in Russia.
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The FBI on Monday released surveillance tapes, photos and hundreds of pages of documents that shed new light on operation "Ghost Stories".
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Anna Chapman accused News Media Group of violating the rights restrictions on her audiovisual work.
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Russia`s Anna Chapman was involved in a high-profile spy swap with the US.
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