Foreign Affairs
UK to expel 23 Russian diplomats

The United Kingdom is to expel 23 Russian diplomats, after Russia has refused to explain how former Russian spy Skripal was poisoned by the use of a Russian nerve agent.

The nerve agent, which effects the nerves, has left Skripal and his daughter in a critical condition.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has stated that the diplomats, who have to leave within a week, have been identified as undeclared information officers.

Russia has continued to insist it is not involved in the attempted murder of Skripal and his daughter, and has refused to cooperate with the British Government.

 

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