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A Russian colonel turned MI6 double agent found dying on a park bench Sunday is likely the latest in a long line of Kremlin-ordered hits - including assassinations of spies and dissidents carried out with poison-tipped umbrellas, isotope-laced tea and bullets to the back of the head.

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A Russian colonel turned British double agent found poisoned on a U.K. park bench Sunday is likely the latest victim in a long line of Kremlin-ordered hits against spies and dissidents, carried out with poison-tipped umbrellas, isotope-laced tea and bullets to the back of the head.

Sergei Skripal, a 66-year-old former Russian military intelligence officer, and his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia, are both in critical condition at a Salisbury-area hospital, as British police work to determine what “unknown substance” poisoned the pair. Posion has been a frequent weapon of death used by Russian intelligence agents, stretching back some 40 years. 

To Read More on Fox News:

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/03/06/poisoned-ex-spy-likely-latest-victim-in-long-line-kremlin-ordered-hits.html#

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