Theresa May: Russia 'highly likely' to be behind nerve agent attack on ex-Russian agent
Monday, 12 March 2018 Theresa 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.
British authorities have charged two Russian men known to investigators as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov over the attack in March. Security Minister Ben... USATODAY.com - WorldAlso reported by •Firstpost •MailOnline •CBS News •NYTimes.com •Seattle Times
Britain has concluded that the two men charged on Wednesday for the attempted murder of a former spy and his daughter with a nerve agent were Russian military... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •Firstpost •CBS News
LONDON - British Security Minister Ben Wallace said Thursday that Russian President Vladimir Putin had "ultimate" responsibility for a nerve agent attack on a... Bangkok Post - WorldAlso reported by •RTE.ie •SBS •Seattle Times
The Russian rouble fell to its weakest level in two and a half years on Thursday, pressured by fears of more Western sanctions after Britain revealed details... DNA - WorldAlso reported by •NYTimes.com
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Moscow has nothing to do with the nerve agent attack in Salisbury - Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Friday (September 7), adding that the UK has not provided solid evidence..