Euronews' Vincent McAviney reflects on the top stories of 2018 and has some predictions for 2019.
Washington's announcement of new sanctions against Russia over the Skripal poisoning has been welcomed in London, and condemned in Moscow.
“The substance is very stable. It can be washed away by rain, it can evaporate under the sun. But it won’t decompose,” said Vladimir Uglev.
Russian politicians respond to the poisoning of a couple by accidental exposure to Novichok, an extremely powerful nerve agent, in Amesbury, England.
UK Interior Minister gives a statement on new Novichok poisoning case.
Staff at Salisbury District hospital have been talking about how they faced the unknown when a former Russian double agent and his daughter were attacked with a lethal nerve agent.
Moscow questions whether Skripal was speaking of her own free will
The Cube looks at reactions to the first public statement from Yulia Skripal
Yulia Skripal, daughter of poisoned Russian spy Sergei Skripal, speaks to Reuters in London.
Russia's ambassador to the UN cited Lewis Carroll at the UN Security Council and says Russia's western partners are not interested in the truth.