Top prosecutor says Kozlov murder solved

The murder of Andrei Kozlov, first deputy chairman of the Russian central bank, has been solved, the Russian Prosecutor General said Tuesday 5 December.

"A number of suspects have been arrested in the course of an investigation into the murder of First Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank of Russia Andrei Kozlov, and we could say that the criminal case has been solved," Yury Chaika was quoted as saying by RIA Novosti.

Kozlov, 41, oversaw the licensing of banks and was involved with the closing down

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