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Former Russian FSB agent found dead in Moscow

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Former Federal Security Service (FSB) general and the head of one of Russian oil giant Rosneft's offices, Oleg Erovinkin has passed away due to a heart attack, Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported on Monday.

Axar.az reports that, earlier in the day, local media had reported that the body of 61-year-old Erovinkin was found in a car in central Moscow.

A source also told the Russian broadcaster that Erovinkin's body was "found in a black Lexus in Kitaygorodskiy (an avenue in central Moscow) today. According to the initial investigation, he suffered a sudden heart attack."

A large-scale investigation has been commenced in the area. Erovinkin's body was sent to the FSB morgue.

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2016.12.26 / 21:45
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