Alexander Litvinenko, London, Professor Roger Cox, Health Protection Agency, HPA
Alexander Litvinenko Murder November 2006Police guard the entrance to Itsu restaurant in London's Piccadilly, 27 November 2006. After former spy Alexander Litvinenko met with a contact at the restuarant prior to falling ill and was probably poisoned by radioactive polonium 210, the Health Protection Agency said. The HPA's Professor Roger Cox, told a central London news conference that a large quantity" of alpha radiation "probably from a substance called polonium 210" had been detected in Litvinenko's urine"
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