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Russia to expel 4 British diplomats (2)
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21:48, July 19, 2007

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Litvinenko died of radioactive poisoning, from Polonium 210, in London on Nov. 23. Experts investigating his death found radiation traces at a dozen locations and on two British Airways airplanes that flew the Moscow-London route.

Lugovoi, a business partner of Litvinenko and also a former KGB agent, met him at a London hotel on Nov. 1. Litvinenko fell ill on that day and died weeks later in a London hospital.

On July 5, Russia''s Prosecutor General''s Office formally rejected Britain''s request for the extradition of Lugovoi.

Russia has said its rejection was based both on a constitutional ban on turning Russian citizens over to foreign countries, and on a European convention that allows signatories to refuse to extradite their nationals.

Source: Xinhua
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