Russian former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with a military-grade nerve toxin that had been left on the front door of their home in England, British counter-terrorism.. Credit: DNA - Published
Russia announced on Saturday the expulsion of 23 British diplomats in a tit-for-tat move following Londons response to a nerve agent attack against a Russian former double agent in England.
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Russia expelled 23 British diplomats on Saturday in a retaliatory move over British accusations that the Kremlin orchestrated a nerve toxin attack on a former Russian double agent and his daughter in.. Credit: Deccan Herald - Published
British Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to announce a range of measures against Moscow today over the poisoning of a former Russian spy with a deadly nerve agent in England this month.
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The investigation into the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal has widened, as police sealed off the graves of his wife and son and confirmed that a total of 21 people had been.. Credit: Mid-Day - Published
Britain will respond appropriately if evidence shows Moscow was behind a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter in England, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
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The United States formally concluded on Tuesday that North Korea murdered Kim Jong Uns half-brother with the banned VX nerve agent, blasting Pyongyang for deploying a chemical weapon in a packed.. Credit: Deccan Herald - Published
Britain warned on Tuesday it would respond robustly if Russia was shown to be behind the mysterious illness that struck down a former Russian double agent convicted of betraying dozens of spies to.. Credit: DNA - Published
A former Russian double agent convicted of treason in Moscow was critically ill in a British hospital on Tuesday after exposure to an unknown substance, with police saying it had to be "alive to the.. Credit: DNA - Published
Just days ago, it was reported that former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele, who got ready a dossier on the activities of US president Donald Trump in Russia, had gone underground. Credit: IndiaTimes - Published
The Kremlin deplored Tuesday the United States` blacklisting of a high-ranking official and the prime suspects in the 2006 murder of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko as a move that further damages bilateral.. Credit: Zee News - Published
LONDON Russia has been forced to cut the size of its embassy in London after Britain delayed granting visas for months to dozens of its staff including career diplomats, the Russian ambassador said on.. Credit: Firstpost - Published
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· Russian Energy Agency encouraged the delegation to set up a pilot solar project in Gujarat under the aegis of the agreement that was been signed between SECI (India) and REA.. Credit: Business Wire India - Published
Mr Brown dealt with Mr Putin while he was Prime Minister and British relations with Russia fell into a deep freeze after the killing as his government expelled four diplomats over the incident. Credit: MailOnline India - Published
Donald Trump is a brave pro-Putin political maverick who would end US foreign wars and perhaps lift sanctions on Moscow. Hillary Clinton, however, is a warmonger beholden to the military-industrial.. Credit: DNA - Published
Mr Trump - the favourite to win the Republican vote ahead of the first poll in Iowa next week - has sided with the Russian president, who denies having any involvement in Litvinenko's death. Credit: MailOnline India - Published
Sergei Lavrov claims the inquiry - which concluded it that Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered Litvinenko's killing - contained groundless accusations against the Kremlin leadership. Credit: MailOnline India - Published
British newspapers on Friday welcomed an inquiry's finding that Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the killing of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko, labelling Putin a "thug".
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A British judge has published a report on the 2006 death of former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko, saying President Vladimir Putin probably approved a plan by the Russian security service to kill.. Credit: Firstpost - Published