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Britain Rejected Russian Aid in London Terrorist Attack Investigations — FSB Head

British secret forces have rejected Russia’s proposal to help in the investigation of London terrorist attacks, the head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Friday. “I contacted the heads of local secret service, proposed them our efforts,” Nikolai Patrushev was quoted by Interfax news agency as saying. “They thanked us but rejected our service.” The director of the FSB said at the same time that “as regards providing information, they (British special services) are interested, and we will be providing information to them”. Patrushev took part in the joint exercises Kaspiy-Antiterror-2005 that finished on Friday. The drill started in July and took place in several CIS countries, mostly in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Full Story

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