"Some guys poured fuel on my house and set it alight. The next morning workers were already pulling down my house."
Natalya Tatjana Strezhniova
""This is something that happened in the past, and of course it will happen in the future again.""
Director, Museum of Natural History Vienna & Professor, University of Vienna
""Priority must be given to the rescue of human lives and then the immediate docking at a safe port.""
Communications Officer, UNHCR
"I hope that one day I, my family and all displaced Syrians will be able to return to our homeland freely and independently."
""His effots have led to other countries taking up Operation ENABLE and later this year there will be a pan-European operation.""
European Traffic Police Network
"It is too early to say North Korea government is starting to play games with America and Chinese government."
Director of the Korean Peninsula Centre at Peking University
""This standoff shows how Europe has lost its moral compass in the Mediterranean""
Head of MSF Emergency Desk
""People have continued to come and die in this tense kind of limbo where the EU itself cannot reach a united policy""
World news editor, The Daily Beast
"Russia is by no means positioning itself to back down and in someway to accept responsibility for this, instead it is seeking the highest possible ways to question its responsibility."
The statement appeared after Russian TV reported that Sergei Skripal is also getting better
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has rejected Russia's request to be involved in the inquiry into the nerve agent attack in Britain in March.
Russia's Foreign Minister said the nerve agent attack could benefit both the British special services and the UK government.
Heads of diplomatic missions in Moscow told to expect retaliation.
Russia says the "notorious classified files" prompted foreign governments to expel its diplomats.
Meanwhile, Russia's Ambassador to the EU Vladimir Chizhov appeared to backtrack on previous suggestions that the nerve agent used in the UK attack could have come from a British laboratory.
The UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn condemns the Salisbury nerve agent attack but warns that “rushing” ahead of the evidence in blaming the Russian state could bring a “new cold war”.
Britain had hoped for a different scenario but it's now heading into a major showdown with Russia, a senior official at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) think tank tells Euronews.
The Russian president says he'll discuss the Salisbury spy case once UK authories have dealt with it.
Theresa May convened her National Security Council on Monday and was due to address parliament later in the afternoon to discuss how to respond to the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.
UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond says Britain will respond "appropriately" if a foreign state is found to have been involved in the suspected poisoning of a former Russian spy.
Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in hospital in a critical but stable condition after they were poisoned with a nerve agent
Detectives are trying to discover how the toxin was administered and where it was manufactured
The Amercian born british businessman says parallels with Litvinenko incident and the use of a nerve agent points to state involvement.
Counter-terrorism police focus investigation on the origin of the nerve agent used to poison former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter with suspicion falling on a state-actor, notably Russia.
Vladimir Putin warns "those who serve us poison will eventually swallow it themselves" in an interview on East-West relations
The Russian Foreign Ministry says Skripal illness is being cynically used to escalate an anti-Russian campaign in Britain.