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GEORGIA: F.B.I RULES PREMIER’S DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL

The F.B.I. said that a team of five agents in the country to help investigate the death of Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania found no evidence of foul play and agreed with Georgian officials that the cause was accidental. Mr. Zhvania, 41, was found dead on Feb. 3. Officials had said it was very likely that he was killed by carbon monoxide fumes from a heater, but rumors of a plot swirled. Full Story

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