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Russian secret service seizes copies book linking it to 1999 bombings

Russian police and FSB special service have seized a load of books allegedly linking the FSB to deadly bombings in 1999 that led to the current war in separatist Chechnya, the books’ sellers said. Some 4,400 issues of the book entitled “FSB blows up Russia” and authored by former FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko, now exiled in Britain, were confiscated en route from the western city of Pskov to Moscow, Alexander Podrabinek of the Prima news agency said late Monday. “FSB officials said the books were seized as anti-government propaganda,” Podrabinek explained, adding that the seized load’s whereabouts were unknown. Full Story

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