Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov found dead in his home in London

Nikolai Glushkov wide

Nikolai Glushkov wide

A Russian exile on the run from Moscow was found dead in his home in London, British media reported, citing his lawyer.

His cause of death is now unclear.

Russian fugitive Nikolai Glushkov's, a close friend of deceased Putin critic Boris Berezovsky, was discovered dead Monday.

The latest death of a Russian exile in the United Kingdom follows nerve gas attacks on former a Russian spy in Salisbury last week. The attack was carried out with a nerve agent called Novichok, which was developed by the Soviet Union in the latter years of the Cold War.

Glushkov was a former exmployee of the Russian airline Aeroflot, and an ally of the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky.

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Glushkov sought refuge in the United Kingdom after being released from a five-year stint in jail for money laundering and fraud. The British government has blamed Russian Federation for the attacks.

When the oligarch Berezovsky clashed with Vladimir Putin in 1999, he fled to the United Kingdom and obtained political asylum.

Mr Berezovsky was himself found dead on a bathroom floor at his home in southern England in 2013 with a scarf around his neck.

After another sentencing for fraud, Glushkov also fled to the U.K. Last March, he was charged with allegedly defrauding Aeroflot of $122 million and was sentenced to eight years in jail.

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