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Right wingers in Israel have a delightful pastime. They wait for someone to protest the rising extremism, the violence, the muzzling and the weakening of democracy and then they come out with a triumphant cry: “The very fact that you can openly say what you're saying shows how democratic Israel is!

"The reason for this," Chaika believes, "was the fact that Berezovsky was in possession of precise data on the use of polonium against Alexander Litvinenko, who died in 2006." "Therefore, - according to the Prosecutor General of Russia, - the way to Russia was cut off for him, since Britain could not allow ...
THE Russian MP accused of poisoning Alexander Litvinenko with polonium-210 has warned the Skripals their lives are in "severe danger" from British secret services. Andrey Lugovy spoke out as Russia questioned the authenticity of Yulia Skripal's statement issued by Scotland Yard. Sergei Skripal and his ...
The standing narrative in the case in Britain is that Litvinenko was poisoned with Polonium-210, a rare radioactive substance, by two Russian citizens, Dmitry Kovtun and Andrey Lugovoy. Neither stood trial for the crime, but British officials insist that there was no other credible explanation for Litvinenko's ...
Cooper also brought up Stone's accusations that someone had tried to poison him in the wake of the nerve agent attack on a former Russian double-agent and his daughter in the U.K. Polonium poisoning is responsible for the death of Alexander Litvinenko, a former officer of the Russian Federal Security ...
WASHINGTON — For more than a year, Roger Stone has asserted that he spent Christmas of 2016 trying to survive an assassination attempt — most likely radioactive polonium poisoning — by someone trying to frame Russia. Tests were conducted; doctors were baffled, the longtime political operative and ...
The attack on Skripal has been likened in Britain to the killing of ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, a critic of Putin, who died in London in 2006 after drinking green tea laced with radioactive polonium 210. Russia denied any involvement in that killing. An inquiry led by senior British judge Robert Owen ...
Boris Berezovsky was one of the most influential people in the transition of Russia from what it was under communism to what it is now, in every respect, both good and bad. He helped Yeltsin win re-election over the communists. And he helped to stop the Chechen war which was a major accomplishment.
ALEXANDER Litvinenko's murder played out like a spy thriller and at the centre of the murky plot was a mysterious, deadly element: Polonium-210. He died 22 days after drinking a cup of tea laced with the substance at Mayfair's upmarket Millennium Hotel... But what is the unusual substance and just how ...


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