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January 23, 2019
EU to sanction Salisbury chemical attack suspects - Digital Journal
I’m Just Here for the Art: Three Accused Spies Claim They’re Actually Just Culture-Loving Tourists - artnet News
New characters in Skripal saga complicate picture, says Russian diplomat - TASS
EU envoys agree sanctions on Russians accused of poisoning ex-spy: diplomats - Business Insider
PASSPORT TO BRITAIN: 'Golden visa' schemes open UK to organised crime - EU issues warning - Express.co.uk

EU to sanction Salisbury chemical attack suspects - Digital Journal

Digital Journal
The EU is to slap sanctions on two suspected Russian agents accused of carrying out a deadly nerve agent attack in the British city of Salisbury, officials told AFP Thursday. Foreign ministers from the bloc will formally sign off on restrictive measures against nine individuals and one entity at a meeting on Monday, as part of the EU's new sanctions regime aimed at punishing those who use chemical weapons in breach of international treaties.
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I’m Just Here for the Art: Three Accused Spies Claim They’re Actually Just Culture-Loving Tourists - artnet News

artnet News
What is it about art and espionage lately? Last year, artnet News reported that a Chinese security guard employed by Christie’s, who once guarded the record-setting $450 million Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci, turned out to be a former CIA officer suspected of leaking classified information to China.
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New characters in Skripal saga complicate picture, says Russian diplomat - TASS

TASS
MOSCOW, January 23. /TASS/. British media reports claiming that the British army's chief nursing officer Lieutenant Colonel Alison McCourt and her 16-year-old daughter Abigail provided first aid to the alleged chemical poisoning victims Sergei and Yulia Skripal only complicate the picture, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing on Wednesday.
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EU envoys agree sanctions on Russians accused of poisoning ex-spy: diplomats - Business Insider

Business Insider
FILE PHOTO: A police officer guards a cordoned off area in the city centre where former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were found poisoned, in Salisbury Thomson Reuters BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union ambassadors agreed on Wednesday to impose sanctions on nine individuals and one entity accused of chemical weapons attacks, including two Russian men blamed for poisoning a former Russian double agent in Britain, two diplomats said.
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PASSPORT TO BRITAIN: 'Golden visa' schemes open UK to organised crime - EU issues warning - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk
EU Commission officials will publish a report on Wednesday that encourage wealthy individuals to invest in return for residency rights or citizenship are compromising the Continent’s security.
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