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Novichok victim: I felt guilty my family were forced to leave home

THE police officer nearly killed in the Novichok attack has revealed he felt overwhelming guilt that his family were forced to leave their home because he had contaminated it.Former Det Sgt Nick Bailey said he got involved in the case because he was "incredibly nosey".Giving his first full interview since leaving the force last year, he spoke about the "prolonged trauma" he still feels following the poisonings.

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Novichok victim: I felt guilty my family were forced to leave home

MI6 chief ‘still angry’ over Novichok poisonings in Salisbury

The chief of MI6 has revealed he still gets “angry” over the Novichok attack in Salisbury which, he said, came close to causing “very significant casualties”.Speaking to Times Radio, Richard Moore revealed his agency’s concerns about the “recklessness” of the regime of Russian President Vladimir Putin Two Russian nationals are suspected of carrying out the Novichok poisonings in Wiltshire in March 2018.

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MI6 chief ‘still angry’ over Novichok poisonings in Salisbury

David Leask: How the media fronts for Russia’s secret services see Alex Salmond

Alex Salmond: How the media fronts for Russia’s secret services see Salmond, by David Leask HIS new party is polling at one per cent.He is struggling with questions about his character and about his credibility.But Alex Salmond still has his defenders.And not just in Scotland.

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David Leask: How the media fronts for Russia’s secret services see Alex Salmond

Russia's mystery duo back in the spotlight accused of black ops

In 2018, after former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal was found unconscious on a park bench in Salisbury, Britain said it had identified two Russian agents seen wandering through the sleepy English town.Their faces soon became recognisable worldwide after the UK authorities released CCTV footage and identified them as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.

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Russia's mystery duo back in the spotlight accused of black ops

Suspects in novichok linked to deadly explosion in Czech Republic

TWO Russian spies accused of the Salisbury novichok attack were linked yesterday to a deadly explosion in the Czech Republic.Anatoly Chepiga and Alexander Mishkin are being sought over a blast at an ammunition depot in 2014 that killed two workers.The pair, who entered the UK calling themselves Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov, are believed to have poisoned ex-Russian agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with nerve agent novichok in Salisbury, Wilts, in 2018.

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Suspects in novichok linked to deadly explosion in Czech Republic

UK government to unveil registration scheme to tackle foreign spies

Police guard the home of Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, Wiltshire. The former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned three years ago. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Britain plans to force those working for foreign governments to sign a central register in an attempt to counter hostile spy activity, the Home Office has confirmed. Boris Johnson, according to the Times, hopes to formally announce the proposal in the Queen’s speech next month, making it a criminal offence not to declare work in the UK on behalf

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UK government to unveil registration scheme to tackle foreign spies

Salisbury poisoning suspects wanted over bombing in Czech Republic

Alexander Petrov (left) and Ruslan Boshirov are wanted over a bombing in the Czech Republic (PA) Two men charged with carrying out the Salisbury poisonings in 2018 have now been linked with a bombing in the Czech Republic. The central European country is expelling 18 Russian diplomats over suspicions that Russian intelligence service GRU was involved in an ammunition depot explosion in 2014 that killed two people. Police are searching for two suspects carrying Russian passports in connection with serious criminal

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Salisbury poisoning suspects wanted over bombing in Czech Republic

Russian agents suspected of Salisbury poisonings linked to Czech arms depot blast

Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov / Two Russian men suspected of poisoning Sergei Skripal in Salisbury have been linked to an explosion at an arms depot in the Czech Republic. Czech police have issued a pictures of “Alexander Petrov” and “Ruslan Boshirov” who they say were in the country at the time of the explosion in the village of Vrbětice in 2014. Two people died in the blast. In a press conference on Saturday evening Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said the government suspected the Russian

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Russian agents suspected of Salisbury poisonings linked to Czech arms depot blast

Sergei Skripal poisoning suspects linked to 2014 Czech explosion

The Czech Republic has announced that it is expelling 18 Russian diplomats who it has identified as spies in a case related to a huge ammunition depot explosion in 2014. Prime Minister Andrej Babis said the move is based on “unequivocal evidence” provided by the Czech intelligence and security services that points to the involvement of Russian military agents in the massive explosion in an eastern town that killed “two innocent fathers”. “The Czech Republic is a sovereign state and must adequately

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Sergei Skripal poisoning suspects linked to 2014 Czech explosion

Czechs chase Skripal Russian assassins over ammo dump explosion eight years ago

A MANHUNT is underway for two Russian men wanted in connection to the Salisbury poisonings and the bombing of a Czech arms depot. Two Russian assassins under the names Alexander Petrov, 41, and Ruslan Boshirov, 43, are wanted in connection to an attack in the UK in 2018 and the Czech Republic four years earlier. Police from the Czech Republic ordered the manhunt for the two men after matching the names in their passports to the suspects in the Salisbury poisonings. The men are suspected of trying to assassinate

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Czechs chase Skripal Russian assassins over ammo dump explosion eight years ago

Russian agents accused of carrying out Salisbury novichok nerve agent attack are at the centre of new Czech police 'serious crime' investigation

Two Russian spies accused of carrying out the Salisbury noichock nerve attack are at the centre of a serious crime investigation in the Czech Republic. Czech police said on Saturday they were searching for two men carrying various passports, including Russian passports in the names of Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov. The names matched those used by the two suspects in the attempted poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok in the English

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Russian agents accused of carrying out Salisbury novichok nerve agent attack are at the centre of new Czech police 'serious crime' investigation

Russian agents accused of carrying out Salisbury novichok nerve agent attack are at the centre of new Czech police 'serious crime' investigation

Two Russian spies accused of carrying out the Salisbury noichock nerve attack are at the centre of a serious crime investigation in the Czech Republic. Czech police said on Saturday they were searching for two men carrying various passports, including Russian passports in the names of Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov. The names matched those used by the two suspects in the attempted poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with the Soviet-era nerve agent Novichok in the English

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Russian agents accused of carrying out Salisbury novichok nerve agent attack are at the centre of new Czech police 'serious crime' investigation

Alex Salmond again says that he does not know if Putin's Russia was behind the Salisbury novichok poisonings

Alex Salmond has again declined to point the finger at Russia for the Salisbury novichok poisonings.The former SNP leader last week failed to condemn Vladimir Putin for the 2018 attack which left one woman dead and four others seriously exposed to the nerve agent, including former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

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Alex Salmond again says that he does not know if Putin's Russia was behind the Salisbury novichok poisonings

Salmond ‘does not know’ if Russia was behind Sailsbury nerve agent attacks

Alex Salmond has refused to be drawn on whether he believes Russia was behind the Wiltshire Novichok poisonings.Dawn Sturgess, 44, died and her partner, Charlie Rowley, fell ill months after former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were exposed to the nerve agent in Salisbury in 2018.

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Salmond ‘does not know’ if Russia was behind Sailsbury nerve agent attacks

Novichok inquest may become public inquiry, says coroner

The inquest into the Novichok poisonings in Wiltshire could become a public inquiry if issues of national security become relevant, a coroner has said.Dawn Sturgess, 44, died and her partner, Charlie Rowley, fell ill months after former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were exposed to the nerve agent in Salisbury.

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Novichok inquest may become public inquiry, says coroner

Kremlin critic ‘strangled by suspect who made death look like suicide’ – inquest

ARussian man critical of the Kremlin was strangled in his own home by a third party, a coroner has ruled, after evidence suggested his death was made to look like suicide.

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Kremlin critic ‘strangled by suspect who made death look like suicide’ – inquest