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Park bench where ex-Russian spy and daughter found poisoned is removed
A park bench in an English town where an ex-Russian spy and his daughter were found slumped over and unconscious after being poisoned by a nerve agent has been removed from the site, British police said. Sergei and Yulia Skripal slipped into unconsciousness in Salisbury, England, on March 4,
The Latest: Russian official: EU using spy case domestically
A top Russian lawmaker says the European Union's support for British accusations blaming Russia for an ex-spy's poisoning reflects a pattern of using Moscow as a bugaboo
The Note: Forces even bigger than a disruptive president
The TAKE with Rick Klein This week seemed to do its best to overload Washington’s circuits. H.R. McMaster and John Dowd are out, while John Bolton and Joe diGenova go from defending President Donald Trump on television to working for him. Nice words for Vladimir Putin, and not-nice words for Robert
The Latest: EU recalls envoy for consultations on spy attack
The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack in Britain earlier this month, reinforcing a united stand against Russia
Officer hospitalized in UK spy poisoning case released from hospital
Police in England said Thursday that the police officer injured responding to the poisoning of a former Russian spy in the U.K. earlier this month had been discharged from the hospital. Hospital officials joined police this afternoon in Salisbury, England, to announce that Detective Sgt. Nick
The Latest: Russia: UK can't be trusted in spy investigation
Russia's ambassador to the U.K. says Britain has a history of violating international law and can't be trusted in investigating the poisoning death of a former Russian spy in Britain.
Kremlin calls UK official's statement 'disgusting'
The Kremlin has denounced British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's statement comparing the World Cup in Russia to the Olympics hosted by Nazi Germany as "disgusting."
Trump lashes out on Twitter after being criticized for congratulating Putin
President Donald Trump is pushing back hard after being criticized for congratulating Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election in a phone call Tuesday. The president lashed out on Twitter — first taking aim at the news media. "I called President Putin of Russia to congratulate him on his
The Latest: Russia: UK treatment in ex-spy case 'barbaric'
The Russian Foreign Ministry is asking Britain to explain why it has blamed Moscow before the conclusion of an investigation into an ex-spy's poisoning
Trump criticized for congratulating Putin
Donald Trump was reportedly warned by his national security team to not congratulate Russian President Vladimir Putin on his re-election during a recent call.