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Ex-spy's death adds to Kremlin intrigue - Christian Science Monitor
Populux | November 26, 2006 at 12:36 pmby
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Critics see Moscow's hand in the poisoning, while Putin supporters point to an anti-Russia conspiracy. By Fred Weir | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor MOSCOW – The mysterious London poisoning death of an exiled former KGB agent, who accused the Kremlin on his deathbed, has set off an emotionally charged debate over who's to blame and what it means for the future of Russia under President Vladimir Putin. Some fear the country's unreformed secret services may be returning to their ...