Russian investigators plan to visit London to conduct inquiries into the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, Moscow authorities said, as forensic teams combed two houses and an aircraft in Germany and a London hotel thought to lie at the center of the ex-Soviet spy's poisoning.
Litvinenko's widow, in her first public comments since his death, said she did not want to help Russian authorities with their investigation.
"I can't believe that they will tell the truth," Marina Litvinenko was quoted as saying by The Mail on Sunday newspaper. "I can't believe if they ask about evidence they will use it in he proper way."
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