Censor.NET reports citing The Washington Post.
The White House isn't ruling out future punitive action against Russia after a British judge concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved a plan to kill a former FSB security service agent who had become a Kremlin critic.
The agent, Alexander Litvinenko, died in 2006 after drinking tea laced with radioactive poison. The British government said Thursday that it would freeze the assets of the two main Russian suspects in Litvinenko's killing.
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