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Salisbury road reopened by police after man falls ill

salisbury road reopened by police after man falls ill
BBC Local News: Wiltshire -- Police had cordoned off a street in Salisbury, near a restaurant closed off after the Russian spy poisoning.
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Another mystery illness rocks England after spy's poisoning

Counterterrorism detectives and local police were investigating after a couple in their 40s fell critically ill from exposure to an unknown substance a few miles from where a former Russian spy and his..
IndiaTimes

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UK police suspect Novichok death linked to attack on Skripals [Video]UK police suspect Novichok death linked to attack on Skripals

Police are working on the theory that the latest victims handled the container used to carry the nerve agent that poisoned Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

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British police investigate collapse of 2 near site of former Russian spy poisoning [Video]British police investigate collapse of 2 near site of former Russian spy poisoning

A man and woman, both in their forties, are in critical condition after collapsing just miles from the site of where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in March. Counter terrorism..

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Two collapse near Russian spy poisoning site [Video]Two collapse near Russian spy poisoning site

A man and woman feared to have been exposed to an unknown substance are in a critical condition, prompting police to declare a major incident. Report by Maylamh. Like us on Facebook at..

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Trump: Getting along with Russia ‘is a very good thing’ [Video]Trump: Getting along with Russia ‘is a very good thing’

At the White House June 27, President Trump spoke about some of his expectations for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Historic Volgograd gears up for another Historic Volgograd gears up for another "battle" as it prepares to host England-Tunisia match

Volgograd, formerly known as Stalingrad, is bracing itself for an invasion by soccer-mad fans from all over the world.

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Use of military grade agent in spy poisoning not possible, says Putin [Video]Use of military grade agent in spy poisoning not possible, says Putin

Vladimir Putin has questioned the UK's explanation around the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal, saying the use of a military grade agent "is not possible" as its victims would have died..

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UK police: Counterterrorism officers join investigation after 2 sickened by unknown substance near spy poisoning town

AMESBURY, England (AP) — UK police: Counterterrorism officers join investigation after 2 sickened by unknown substance near spy poisoning town.
New Zealand Herald Also reported by •Seattle Times

How Amesbury and the A303 were involved in Salisbury spy poisoning investigation

how amesbury and the a303 were involved in salisbury spy poisoning investigation
Amesbury is dealing with its own 'unknown substance' incident on July 4
Blackmore Vale

'Unknown substance' scare in same county as ex-Russian spy poisoning

Two people are in a critical condition after being exposed to a substance in the same UK county where an ex-Russian spy was poisoned in March.
SBS

Amesbury: Two collapse near Russian spy poisoning site

amesbury: two collapse near russian spy poisoning site
The man and woman were found 10 miles from Salisbury, where former spy Sergei Skripal was poisoned.
BBC News

Two in critical condition after 'exposure to unknown substance' near scene of Salisbury spy poisoning

two in critical condition after 'exposure to unknown substance' near scene of salisbury spy poisoning
Police have declared a major incident and said it is not clear if the pair were victims of crime but are keeping an 'open mind'.
Daily Record

Russia's foreign minister claims Britain has 'exterminated' evidence in the Salisbury spy poisoning

russia's foreign minister claims britain has 'exterminated' evidence in the salisbury spy poisoning
Britain has exterminated evidence in the Salisbury spy poisoning and has benefited politically from the incident, Russia's foreign minister has claimed.
MailOnline

Russian spy poisoning: Ambulance depot decontaminated

russian spy poisoning: ambulance depot decontaminated
Amesbury ambulance depot is the third site to be cleaned by specialists and returned to use.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Whodunit: conspiracies swirl in strange case of Russia spy poisoning

Months after the poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter, some in Salisbury no longer believe that Russia is to blame.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Russia Warns UK Lack of Cooperation Hurts Spy Poisoning Probe


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Anti-terror chief vows to follow 'every possible lead' to crack Salisbury spy poisoning

anti-terror chief vows to follow 'every possible lead' to crack salisbury spy poisoning
Around 100 counter terrorism officers remain in the Wiltshire city after examining over 4,000 hours of CCTV footage and tracking 14,000 vehicles seen on the day of the attack.
MailOnline

Hundreds of Russians could leave Britain in wake of Abramovich chaos

hundreds of russians could leave britain in wake of abramovich chaos
Chelsea's Russian owner has personally halted the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge in the wake of Britain's 'war' on oligarchs following the Salisbury spy poisoning.
MailOnline

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