Russian intelligence officer's mysterious death inquiry

Alexander Litvinenko, former KGB agent, fled to Britain in 2000. He was fatally poisoned with radioactive polonium in November 2006. UK officials claim that they have sufficient evidence to charge Russian lawmaker Andrei Lugovoy with murdering the former intelligence officer. Former KGB agent Dmitry Kovtun is another suspect, he was placed on the international wanted list.

Russia believes UK rushed to submit Litvinenko case to court

The Russian Prosecutor General's Office has expressed bewilderment that the high-profile case of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko was submitted to court before the investigation was completed and the guilty parties identified.