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Radioactive substance found in Russian spy contact

A radioactive substance that killed former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has been found in Italian contact Mario Scaramella but so far he shows no sign of radiation poisoning, a British hospital said on Saturday. However, an Italian senator who spoke to Scaramella on Saturday said health officials had told Scaramella the dose of radiation he has received is usually fatal. Litvinenko’s mysterious poisoning by the radioactive isotope polonium 210 has sparked a health scare and strained London’s relations with Moscow. Full Story

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