Marina Litvinenko, the widow of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko, poses for photographers after attending a pre-Inquest review at Camden Town Hall in London, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. A British lawyer says previously unreleased details of the British investigation into the murder of ex-Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko may be made public during an inquest into his death. Litvinenko died in 2006 after ingesting polonium, a rare radioactive poison. The former Russian FSB agent blamed the Kremlin for his death, and the killing took relations between Moscow and London to a post-Cold War low. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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Marina Litvinenko, the widow of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko, poses for photographers after attending a pre-Inquest review at Camden Town Hall in London, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. A British lawyer says previously unreleased details of the British investigation into the murder of ex-Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko may be made public during an inquest into his death. Litvinenko died in 2006 after ingesting polonium, a rare radioactive poison. The former Russian FSB agent blamed the Kremlin for his death, and the killing took relations between Moscow and London to a post-Cold War low. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Marina Litvinenko, the widow of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko, poses for photographers after attending a pre-Inquest review at Camden Town Hall in London, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. A British lawyer says previously unreleased details of the British investigation into the murder of ex-Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko may be made public during an inquest into his death. Litvinenko died in 2006 after ingesting polonium, a rare radioactive poison. The former Russian FSB agent blamed the Kremlin for his death, and the killing took relations between Moscow and London to a post-Cold War low. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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