A Russian businessman linked to the poisoning death of former security agent Alexander Litvinenko said Tuesday he had been released from a Moscow hospital, where he reportedly was being treated for radiation exposure.
Andrei Lugovoi, who was questioned last month by Russian and British investigators, told The Associated Press that he was out of the hospital and was "resting," but did not elaborate. He said he would make no further comment until Sunday.
The Interfax news agency said he had been released late last month.
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