Key findings of Litvinenko inquiry
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The BBC's Richard Galpin examines the key findings of the inquiry

The murder of former spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 was "probably" approved by President Vladimir Putin, a public inquiry has concluded.

Mr Litvinenko died aged 43 in London in 2006, days after being poisoned with radioactive polonium-210, which he is believed to have drunk in a cup of tea.

  • 21 Jan 2016
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