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A Russian spy has defected with claims that his country’s secret service was responsible for the murder of six Red Cross nurses in a Chechen hospital 14 years ago.
The victims included a Spaniard, two Norwegians, a Canadian, a New Zealander and a Dutchman.
They were killed at a Red Cross hospital in an old school compound in Novye Atagi, south of Grozny in 1996. Their murders have never been solved.
Major Aleksi Potyomkin has claimed that the nurses were the victims of a Federal Security ServiceHe has been in hiding in Germany and trying to arrange his defection to a western intelligence