Amesbury Survivor Charlie Rowley Meets with Russian Ambassador to UK

LONDON (Sputnik) – Survived victim of a nerve agent poisoning in the UK city of Amesbury in early July, Charlie Rowley, on Saturday met with Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Alexander Yakovenko and discussed situation around inquiry into the incidents in Salisbury and Amesbury. Report This PostOriginal article…

Russian Embassy in UK Ready to Meet With Amesbury Poisoning Victim’s Son

LONDON (Sputnik) – The Russian Embassy in the United Kingdom is ready to meet with the son of Dawn Sturgess, a UK woman who died last July after allegedly being poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent in the city of Amesbury, in order to explain Moscow’s official position on this case, the press officer of […]

Salisbury One Year On: Skripals Vanish, No Proof of Russia’s ‘Role’ Given

As today marks a year since the world was shaken by reports of a nerve agent attack in the UK city of Salisbury, there has been no proof of Moscow’s alleged role in it, with the victims, the Skripals having disappeared after the incident not only to the public but to family too, while being […]

Amesbury Poisoning Victim’s Son Says Feels ‘Betrayed’ by UK Government – Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The son of Dawn Sturgess, a UK woman who died after purportedly being poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent in the city of Amesbury, said in an interview with the Sunday Mirror newspaper that he and his family felt “betrayed” by the UK government, which did not offer them any help after […]

Skripal House in Salisbury Declared Safe After Decontamination – Police

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The house of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the UK city of Salisbury, where the notorious case around his poisoning with a nerve agent unveiled last March, has been pronounced safe after decontamination and handed to the South Wiltshire Recovery Coordinating Group, Wiltshire Police said in a statement on Friday. Report […]

UK Defence Ministry Set to Reopen Five Military Bases Due to Skripal Poisoning

The UK Ministry of Defence has planned to cancel five military base closures due to a “clear-eyed assessment of the rapidly changing threats” following the Salisbury Novichok “attacks”, UK defence minister Tobias Ellwood announced on Thursday. Report This PostOriginal article…

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