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UK finds two more polonium cases in spy probe

British scientists probing the death of Alexander Litvinenko said on Friday that two more people had been contaminated with the same radioactive poison that killed the former Russian spy. The growing number of cases raised fears of wider contamination in Britain, where Litvinenko’s accusation that he was poisoned by Moscow has already strained relations with Russia. Earlier on Friday, three pathologists wearing protective suits to guard against radiation carried out a post-mortem on Litvinenko at the Royal London Hospital. British media reported that scientists at the country’s Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) had traced the source of the polonium to a nuclear power plant in Russia. Full Story

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