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Commemoration Ceremony for Georgy Markov
Sofia

Georgi Markov was one of the few open critics of Bulgarian Communism, a writer and a broadcaster, a BBC journalist. He was assassinated on Waterloo Bridge in London on 7 September 1978 by agents of the Bulgarian secret police assisted by the KGB.

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