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Traces of the radioactive substance polonium 210 have been found at 12 locations in London
Traces of the radioactive substance polonium 210, which lethally poisoned former Federal Security Service officer Alexander Litvinenko, have been found at 12 locations in London, including three offices of businessman Boris Berezovsky and the Mercedes of Chechen separatists’ emissary Akhmed Zakayev. The government emergency coordinating committee, COBRA, convened to discuss the situation. Associated Press said they focused on the Scotland Yard information that Prof. Mario Scaramella, who had lunch with Litvinenko on November 1, proved to have a considerable amount of polonium in his body. London police will now reconstruct the professor’s route.
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