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.
It was time to say goodbye on Tuesday for 23 Russian diplomats and their families, expelled from Britian over the nerve agent attack in Salisbury. After a fond farewell from colleagues, buses with diplomatic number plates left the Russian embassy compound in London. It follows a formal send-off for...
Britain demanded on Thursday that Russia provide details about the Novichok nerve agent attack on a former double agent and his daughter after two British... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •CBS News •Firstpost
A United Kingdom police officer has sought medical attention in relation to the recent nerve agent attack that left a British couple in critical condition. FOXNews.com - WorldAlso reported by •CBS News •Bangkok Post •Firstpost
According to a report by Reuters, the UK's interior minister will head a meeting of the government's emergency committee on Monday after a woman died from being exposed to the same nerve agent that was..
According to Reuters, Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer said on Monday that detectives were unable to say if the Novichok that two Britons were exposed to was the same that struck down a former..
Another pair of apparently random individuals in an English town have been exposed to the same toxic Novichok nerve agent that nearly killed a former Russian double agent and his daughter earlier this..