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Magadan Oblast Governor Valentin Tsvetkov was assasinated on October 18 at the entrance into the Magadan Oblast representative office in Moscow. Russian law-enforcement authorities believe that Mr Tsvetkov assasination was linked to his official activities as governor. On the picture: Vice speaker of the State Duma Lyubov Sliska (left visits the site of the tragedy.

Magadan Oblast Governor Valentin Tsvetkov was assasinated on October 18 at the entrance into the Magadan Oblast representative office in Moscow. Russian law-enforcement authorities believe that Mr Tsvetkov assasination was linked to his official activities as governor. On the picture: a law-enforcement official displays an image of the suspect-killer drawn based on the witnesses' evidence.

Magadan Oblast Governor Valentin Tsvetkov was assasinated on October 18 at the entrance into the Magadan Oblast representative office in Moscow. Russian law-enforcement authorities believe that Mr Tsvetkov assasination was linked to his official activities as governor. On the picture: ambulance workers take away the dead body of Mr Tsvetkov.

Investigators take a look at the dead body of the late Magadan Oblast Governor Valentin Tsvetkov shot dead on October 18, 2002, in downtown Moscow. The Russian Interior Ministry Criminal Investigations Department believes the murder was linked to the late governor's economic activities in the region.