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Aide: Poisoning suspected in Gaidar case

Doctors treating former Russian Prime Minister Yegor Gaidar believe he was poisoned, an aide said Thursday. Gaidar, 50, who served briefly as prime minister in the 1990s under President Boris Yeltsin and is one of the leaders of a liberal opposition party, began vomiting and fainted during a conference in Ireland on Nov. 24 — the day after former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko died in London. Gaidar, who was initially taken to an intensive care unit at an Irish hospital, is now recovering in a Moscow hospital. Full Story

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