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Theresa May: Russia 'highly likely' to be behind nerve agent attack on ex-Russian agent

Deutsche Welle Monday, 12 March 2018
Theresa May: Russia 'highly likely' to be behind nerve agent attack on ex-Russian agentTheresa May has officially responded to an attack against a former Russian spy in the British city of Salisbury. She said a Russian-produced chemical weapon had been used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter.
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France, Germany, the US and UK say there is "no plausible alternative explanation" to Russia having been behind the nerve agent attack in the UK.

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