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Russia Today proved to be radiation-free

Russia Today proved to be radiation-free
As the Litvinenko probe continues in Moscow and London, and both countries' detectives conduct investigations, experts from the Ministry of Emergency Situations have visited RT's office in Moscow, to check for radiation.

For safety reasons, a group of specialists examined the channel's studio and other parts of the office and confirmed that no traces of any radioactive substance have been found there.

Andrey Lugovoy, one of the key witnesses in the  case of Aleksandr Litvinenko spoke to Russia Today  shortly after the death of the former FSB officer in London.

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