The other major international story was Scotland Yard's investigation into the poisoning death in London of the former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko. NBC's Ned Colt was in Moscow, where detectives want to question another former spy Andrei Lugovoi. "Russia warned that it would conduct any interviews. The British could sit in." Colt listed other suspects: Litvinenko's contact Mario Scaramella, expatriate billionaire Boris Berezovsky, a rogue group of spies, even the Kremlin itself. Colt quoted President Vladimir Putin's dismissal of such suspicions: "Nonsense."
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