The journalist who fakes his own murder has told the British media to 'go f*** themselves' after criticism from the UK
Ahmet Uzumcu, head of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), said up to 100 grams of liquid nerve agent were used in the attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has said Moscow has ‘plenty of evidence’ that Britain staged the alleged chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma. Mr Lavrov even claimed that chemicals made in Salisbury were used by the UK.
The dramatic incident was caught on the dashboard camera of the security van in the town of Klin, Russia,
A joint UK-US warning says Russia has carried out a cyber attack targeting critical infrastructure around the world.
On Sunday night, ABC News aired an exclusive interview with James Comey, during which the former FBI director said the president is "morally unfit" to hold office. Comey also said he hoped the American people would vote Trump out of office rather than see him impeached.
Russia has sent two warships carrying tanks and military equipment towards the Middle East following co-ordinated military action in Syria.
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The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour leader of lending ‘false credibility’ to Moscow.
Lieutenant General Evgeny Buzhinskiy said growing tensions between Russia and the West could lead to: "the last war in the history of mankind".
Yulia Skripal, poisoned with a nerve agent alongside her father Sergei, is said to be "improving rapidly" and is reportedly conscious and talking.
Russia is broadcasting 21 separate conspiracy theories over the Salisbury spy poisoning, according to Boris Johnson. The Foreign Secretary said that the Kremlin have been ‘pumping out a deluge of lies’ ever since spy Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia were taken to intensive care following the nerve agent attack.
Vladimir Timoshkov told the BBC that Sergei Skripal told him he had written to Vladimir Putin asking to be pardoned.