Gordon Corera

Security Correspondent for the BBC

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Security Correspondent for the BBC

Gordon Corera on KCRW

T he police believe they have apprehended the killer who  administered a deadly dose of radioactive polonium-210  to    Alexander Litvinenko ,  former agent to the  KGB  .

Brits Want Russians to Extradite Suspected Litvinenko Killer

T he police believe they have apprehended the killer who administered a deadly dose of radioactive polonium-210 to  Alexander Litvinenko , former agent to the KGB .

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