VICE News visited the locations where the Russian men Dmitry Kovtun and Andrei Lugovoi, who an inquiry has concluded killed Alexander Litvinenko, left incriminating traces of radiation.
Alexander Litvinenko died in 2006 after being poisoned with radioactive polonium 210. The nine-year investigation into his murder has been one of the most extensive investigations in British criminal history.
A team of French experts has reportedly concluded that radioactive polonium found on Arafat’s clothing was of an “environmental nature” and not the cause of his death.
'Russia Is Not the Same as Putin': Marina Litvinenko, Widow of Murdered Ex-KGB Agent, Speaks to VICE News
Alexander Litvinenko died a painful death nine years ago after being poisoned with radioactive polonium in London. A public inquiry is now underway and VICE News talked to the former KGB agent's widow.
Eight years after two Russian agents allegedly assassinated Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive poison, the UK has begun an inquiry of the case.