Fri 4 October 2013, The Independent

Alexander Litvinenko's weeping widow appeals for funds to force inquiry into his death

By Heather Saul
The widow of a Russian dissident who died after being poisoned in London broke down in tears as she told how she was struggling to fund a fight to force a public inquiry.
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