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Novichok-poisoned Salisbury police officer quits

BBC News Saturday, 17 October 2020
Det Sgt Nick Bailey "had to admit defeat" after the 2018 attack saying he "can no longer do the job".
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Queen on first public engagement outside royal residences since March [Video]

Queen on first public engagement outside royal residences since March

The Queen was back to business as she carried out her first public engagementoutside of a royal residence since the coronavirus pandemic gripped thenation. The 94-year-old monarch was joined by her grandson the Duke ofCambridge at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at PortonDown near Salisbury, meeting scientists providing vital support in the UK’sresponse to the Covid-19 outbreak. She ventured from HMS Bubble – the nicknamefor her reduced household of staff – for what was her first externalengagement in seven months. The Queen was on good form as she quipped whilesigning the guest book: “Well it proves we’ve been here, doesn’t it?”

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Novichok agent Series of nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union

Demolition starts at flat where couple were poisoned with Novichok [Video]

Demolition starts at flat where couple were poisoned with Novichok

The flat where a woman was fatally poisoned with the nerve agent Novichok isbeing demolished. Dawn Sturgess, 44, collapsed at her partner Charlie Rowley’shome on June 30 2018 after coming into contact with a perfume bottlecontaining Novichok.

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Navalny: Kremlin critic poisoned with Novichok, chemical weapons watchdog confirms [Video]

Navalny: Kremlin critic poisoned with Novichok, chemical weapons watchdog confirms

"Any use of chemical weapons is serious and cannot be without consequences," Germany said after the OPCW confirmed that Alexei Navalny was poisoned with Novichok.View on euronews

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Navalny makes first video appearance since coma [Video]

Navalny makes first video appearance since coma

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny said he believed Russia's intelligence services had poisoned him with a Novichok nerve agent because authorities saw him as a threat ahead of next year's parliamentary elections. Olivia Chan reports.

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