Russian spy attack inquiry widens

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It was not clear who they are or whether they are linked to the case.

The two pair remain in "a very serious condition" in hospital after they were found slumped on a park bench in Salisbury on Sunday evening. They are both still in intensive care after reportedly being exposed to a nerve agent.

Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey rushed to the aid of Sergai Skripal.

'The policeman is talking and is engaging, so I'm more optimistic for him, but it's too early to say.

It is believed DS Bailey, 38, tried to resuscitate Mr Skripal, 66, after he was found in a catatonic state on a bench near a shopping centre in Salisbury, Wiltshire.

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Counter-terrorism police asked for military assistance to remove vehicles and objects from the scene in Salisbury city centre, much of which has been cordoned off over contamination fears. They said health advice remains the same - that there is no broader risk to the public.

"The military has the expertise and capability to respond to a range of contingencies". He also taught at the Russian Defence Ministry's defense academy in Moscow. "Military assistance will continue as necessary during this investigation".

London, Mar 9 The UK government today deployed chemical warfare and decontamination specialists from the military to assist the counter terror police in its probe into the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter with a deadly nerve agent.

They have also dwelt upon the situations particularly in Libya, the Sahel region, the Horn of Africa, and the Great Lakes, with Russian Federation promising to provide continued support to AU's efforts in resolving conflicts on the African continent.

"I am sure DS Bailey and other officers involved in the response will get the recognition they deserve and which the public would expect". May is also reportedly making plans to punish Russian Federation by imposing sanctions against it and sending more troops and jets into Europe, the Sun reported quoting unnamed Whitehall sources. He said the poisoning of the Skripals should in the first instance be treated as a Kremlin-backed plot. Skripal had been "turned" by MI6 in 1995, the FSB said, and had been in contact with British agents at the Moscow embassy.

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This sounds like something out of a James Bond movie - a former Russian spy found poisoned in Salisbury.

"Look, we have - our relationship with Russian Federation is not at a point where it looks like it is going to be normalized anytime soon". That is not serious. This is propaganda fair and square and it is trying to raise tensions.

Lavrov has been quoted as saying by state news agency Tass that "whether it's poisoning of some British subjects, whether it's rumors about interference in the USA election campaign, if assistance really is needed, then we are ready to consider its possibility". "The doubts about the choice of World Cup hosts for 2018 and 2022 have now become serious problems due to political questions", said an official.

During a visit to the site on Friday, interior minister Amber Rudd called the attack "outrageous" but urged people to "give the police the space they need to really go through the area carefully, to do their investigation". In contrast to her cabinet colleague Williamson and the Tory leader, Rudd showed caution in making allegations against Russian Federation before there is any evidence.

In her Commons statement, Ms Rudd said she would not comment further on the nature of the nerve agent as it is a "fast-paced criminal investigation".

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