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Russian spy attack: Rudd calls emergency Cobra meeting

Russian spy attack: Rudd calls emergency Cobra meeting

Hundreds of troops join investigation in Salisbury where focus turns to local cemetery Investigators have been summoned for emergency talks on the inquiry in Salisbury, where the repercussions of a
What do nerve agents do and how hard are they to make?

What do nerve agents do and how hard are they to make?

The ingredients for the lethal substances apparently involved in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal are easy to obtain and are usually absorbed quickly through the skin or inhalationAfter days of

A Brief History of Attempted Russian Assassinations by Poison

Russian security services appear to be increasingly targeting dissidents and renegade spies for death by poison.
British dual citizen sentenced to six-year jail term, Iran reveals

British dual citizen sentenced to six-year jail term, Iran reveals

Authorities claim unidentified British-Iranian citizen is ‘agent of England’s intelligence service’Iran revealed on Sunday that it had sentenced an unidentified Iranian-British dual citizen to six
UK Authorities to People Who Came Near Suspected Russian Nerve Agent: Please Wash Your Clothes

UK Authorities to People Who Came Near Suspected Russian Nerve Agent: Please Wash Your Clothes

British authorities have advised members of the public who may have been in attendance at a pub or a restaurant in Salisbury, England to wash their clothes and clean personal items with wet wipes
10 possible British responses to Russia over the Sergei Skripal affair

10 possible British responses to Russia over the Sergei Skripal affair

How could the UK punish Russia effectively? Here is an escalating list of potential measures In a memorandum sent this month to the foreign affairs select committee, before the allegations of

Sophisticated malware attacks through routers

Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab have discovered what's likely to be another state-sponsored malware strain, and this one is more advanced than most. Nicknamed Slingshot, the code spies on PCs
Nerve agent attack 'clearly came from Russia', says Tillerson

Nerve agent attack 'clearly came from Russia', says Tillerson

US secretary of state says it is ‘almost beyond comprehension’ that state actor could use such a dangerous substanceA nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter “clearly came
Russia demands nerve agent samples in standoff with UK over poisoned spy

Russia demands nerve agent samples in standoff with UK over poisoned spy

Moscow summons British ambassador as foreign minister denies Russian responsibility for attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal Russia has summoned the UK’s ambassador to the foreign ministry in Moscow, as
Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov found dead at his London home

Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov found dead at his London home

Counter-terrorism unit investigates death of Berezovsky friend who claimed political asylum in UK after fraud conviction A Russian exile who was close friends with the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky
Spy poisoning: why Putin may have engineered gruesome calling card

Spy poisoning: why Putin may have engineered gruesome calling card

Insiders say all trails lead back to Moscow, suggesting a deliberate act to incite row with UKThe response from the Kremlin has been uncompromising. The foreign ministry described Theresa May’s
Russian spy attack: PM prepares reprisals as deadline passes

Russian spy attack: PM prepares reprisals as deadline passes

May prepares to chair meeting of the national security council as she plans Moscow crackdown Theresa May is preparing to chair a meeting of the national security council after the midnight deadline
May's modest response to Skripal attack will not deter Russia | Luke Harding

May's modest response to Skripal attack will not deter Russia | Luke Harding

Expulsion of diplomats is a temporary setback but the PM might have done moreTheresa May had promised a robust response to the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia. But in the end the
Russian spy poisoning: investigation extends to Dorset town

Russian spy poisoning: investigation extends to Dorset town

Residents in Gillingham told to stay indoors as vehicle thought to be linked to inquiry is secured The police investigation into the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, has
Novichok: nerve agent produced at only one site in Russia, says expert

Novichok: nerve agent produced at only one site in Russia, says expert

Chemical that poisoned Sergei Skripal and daughter in Salisbury originates from Shikhany, says Hamish de Bretton-Gordon The nerve agent novichok was developed and produced in Shikhany, home of a
Russia threatens retaliation after Britain expels 23 diplomats

Russia threatens retaliation after Britain expels 23 diplomats

May says Kremlin responded with ‘sarcasm, contempt and defiance’ to 24-hour deadline set by UKBritain is braced for retaliation from Moscow after Theresa May blamed the Russian state for the Salisbury
Who to believe on UK spy attack: official condemnation or Trump's equivocation?

Who to believe on UK spy attack: official condemnation or Trump's equivocation?

The nerve agent attack in Salisbury has highlighted the president’s tendency to adopt a tone strikingly at odds with US government policyThe US envoy to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, delivered a
Jeremy Corbyn defies critics and calls for calm over Russia

Jeremy Corbyn defies critics and calls for calm over Russia

Labour leader warns against ‘McCarthyite intolerance of dissent’ after nerve agent attackJeremy Corbyn has defied critics in his own party and warned the prime minister against “rushing way ahead of
Vladimir Putin: 'Nonsense' to think Russia would poison ex-spy before election - video

Vladimir Putin: 'Nonsense' to think Russia would poison ex-spy before election - video

Asked about the poisoning of Sergei Skripal in Britain, the newly re-elected Russian president said he only found out about the incident through the media and it would be nonsense to think Russia
Reporters Admit to Consulting Kerry State Dept. Official Before Publishing Trump Dossier Articles

Reporters Admit to Consulting Kerry State Dept. Official Before Publishing Trump Dossier Articles

NEW YORK -- Jonathan M. Winer, an official in John Kerry’s State Department, vouched for the credibility of anti-Trump dossier author Christopher Steele to two reporters before they each broke