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UK 'playing with fire' in Skripal affair, Russia warns
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Russia accuses UK, allies of "playing children's games" over ex-spy poisoning
Russia's Foreign Minister said the nerve agent attack could benefit both the British special services and the UK government.
Retaliation 'goes without saying': Russia's US ambassador on Skripal affair
Anatoly Antonov spoke to NBC, Euronews' US partner, in his first interview since the Skripal poisoning - questioning several aspects of the case and the West's response.
Russia responds to diplomatic expulsions by summoning 23 ambassadors
Heads of diplomatic missions in Moscow told to expect retaliation.
Russia says this convinced European countries to expel its diplomats
Russia says the "notorious classified files" prompted foreign governments to expel its diplomats.
EU and NATO back Britain over spy attack
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.
Labour’s Corbyn warns UK government on blaming Russia for spy attack
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”.
Spy case: Putin is 'tearing up the international rulebook'
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.
Russia brushes off accusations of Skripal poisoning
The Russian president says he'll discuss the Salisbury spy case once UK authories have dealt with it.
Russian spy attack: British PM May to address parliament
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.
Skripal: the UK will respond "appropriately"
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.
Reports of nerve gas traces in restaurant
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
Skripal Case: focus on grave of victim's wife
Detectives are trying to discover how the toxin was administered and where it was manufactured
Putin critic says Russian state 'obvious culprit' in Skripal case
The Amercian born british businessman says parallels with Litvinenko incident and the use of a nerve agent points to state involvement.
Spy poisoning: investigators focus on nerve agent
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.
Putin talks poison on Russian TV as concerns grow over former agent
Vladimir Putin warns "those who serve us poison will eventually swallow it themselves" in an interview on East-West relations
Skripal case sparks UK-Russia spy row
The Russian Foreign Ministry says Skripal illness is being cynically used to escalate an anti-Russian campaign in Britain.