US, UK clash with Russia at OPCW over new investigative team - ABC News

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November 20, 2018
US, UK clash with Russia at OPCW over new investigative team - ABC News
Vienna, nest of spies: Why Austria is still centre for espionage - BBC News
How Russia's spies allegedly strong-armed their way into a UK visa before Skripal's poisoning - INSIDER
UK's May says response to Skripal attack hurt Russian spying - WAFB
Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected

US, UK clash with Russia at OPCW over new investigative team - ABC News

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Interested in Russia? Add Russia as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Russia news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The U.S. and Western powers on Monday clashed with Russia and others over whether the global chemical weapons watchdog could start apportioning blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks.
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Vienna, nest of spies: Why Austria is still centre for espionage - BBC News

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How Russia's spies allegedly strong-armed their way into a UK visa before Skripal's poisoning - INSIDER

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Russian intelligence agents intimidated a tech specialist into hacking Britain's visa issuance system to secure tourist visas before Sergei Skripal's poisoning this March, according to a new report.Agents co-opted Vadim Mitrofanov in 2016 under duress and threatened his family with imprisonment and deportation, the report says.While this story doesn't indicate that Russia successfully managed to game the UK's visa system, it is a tale of a long Russian game to hack other countries' visa systems and learn about people's potential travel plans.
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UK's May says response to Skripal attack hurt Russian spying - WAFB

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UK's May says response to Skripal attack hurt Russian spying  WAFBBritish Prime Minister Theresa May says the West's response to the nerve-agent poisoning of a former spy has seriously hurt Russia's intelligence capability.
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Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected

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BRUSSELS (AP) — The global chemical weapons watchdog's initiative to apportion blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks survived two institutional challenges from Russia on Tuesday and is set to become operational next year.
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