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Kremlin says inquiry of ex-KGB spy’s murder may weaken ties with UK

The Kremlin on Thursday said that Britain’s judge-led inquiry into the murder of ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko may further “poison” ties between Moscow and London. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the UK politicized a purely criminal case and that Moscow will review the inquiry. The former KGB agent Litvinenko fled to Britain in 2000 and died after drinking green tea laced with lethal polonium at London’s Millennium Hotel in November 2006.

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