Polish FM: Russia Expels Polish Diplomat in 'Reciprocity' - VOA News

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Polish FM: Russia Expels Polish Diplomat in 'Reciprocity' - VOA News
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Polish FM: Russia Expels Polish Diplomat in 'Reciprocity' - VOA News

VOA News
WARSAW — Poland's foreign ministry says Russia is expelling an employee of Poland's consulate in the Siberian city of Irkutsk. Ministry spokeswoman Ewa Suwara told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Russia's declaration of the Pole as "persona non grata" was a move of "reciprocity."
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Russian Embassy Accuses CIA of Showing Fake Photos on Skripal Case to Trump - Sputnik International

Sputnik International
World14:33 19.04.2019(updated 14:34 19.04.2019) Get short URL On Tuesday, The New York Times cited multiple intelligence sources as saying that US President Donald Trump’s decision to expel 60 Russian diplomats over the Skripal case had been influenced by now-CIA Director Gina Haspel, who allegedly showed him photos of kids and ducks, purportedly exposed to the nerve agent.
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UK Public Health Official Refutes Claims Children, Animals Harmed in 2018 Salisbury Attack - UrduPoint News

UrduPoint News
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 19th April, 2019) No children and wildlife were negatively affected by last year's Salisbury poisoning incident, Tracy Daszkiewicz, the director of public health at Wiltshire council, told The Guardian newspaper after claims in the media that US President Donald Trump decided to take action against Russia after being shown images of dead ducks and children in hospital.
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Polish FM: Russia expels Polish diplomat in 'reciprocity' - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star Tribune
WARSAW, Poland — Poland's foreign ministry says Russia is expelling an employee of Poland's consulate in the Siberian city of Irkutsk. Ministry spokeswoman Ewa Suwara told The Associated Press on Tuesday that Russia's declaration of the Pole as "persona non grata" was a move of "reciprocity."
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Salisbury named UK's 'best place to live' following Novichok attack - KEYT

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National-World Salisbury named UK's 'best place to live' following Novichok attack Community heralded for response to attack Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images People enjoy Queen Elizabeth Gardens on March 02, 2019, in Salisbury, England.
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