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Alexander Litvinenko widow describes her husband’s last moments

Published on: Tue, 03 Feb 2015 19:12:28 UTC
News Agency: The Independent

“The doctor said Sasha had passed away. ‘Would you like to see Sasha?’ he asked. I said, ‘Of course’. When we went into his room it was so different. We didn’t need protective gloves. I could touch him. I could kiss him. This time no one said it was dangerous; nobody told me not to do so.”

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