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IT'S CYBER WAR! Prime Minister May vows to take on President Putin’s novichok spy network

MailOnline Wednesday, 5 September 2018
IT'S CYBER WAR! Prime Minister May vows to take on President Putin’s novichok spy networkSecurity officials today named Alexander Petrov, left, and Ruslan Boshirov, right, as the two assassins responsible for a novichok attack in Salisbury in March which targeted a former KGB agent.
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Russia is asking the U.K. for case information in order to find out whether the two suspects are actually Russian citizens.

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