Sergei Skripal

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia

Britain said Russia used A-234, which is from a class of nerve agents known as “Novichok,” to poison ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in Salisbury, England, on March 4. Moscow vehemently denied it had anything to do with the attack, which touched off an unprecedented diplomatic war between Russia and the West.Read More →

Yulia Skripal's Social Media Page at - VKontakte

The status bar of Yulia Skripal’s page on Russia’s most popular social network site (VKontakte) states that she “last visited on March 7” – just three days after the chemical attack, when Yulia was reportedly fighting for her life.Read More →

Sergei Skripal, Russian Double Agent Skripal And His Daughter Yulia

Why has Russia been denied the right of consular access to the two Russian citizens, who came to harm on British territory? What specific antidotes and in what form were the victims injected with? How did such antidotes come into the possession of British doctors at the scene of the incident?Read More →

Kim Jong Un, Xi Jinping - China and North Korea News Headlines

In these reports, “Kim reaffirms the traditional friendship between the two countries as if nothing had ever happened, when the relationship had plummeted to unprecedented lows,” said Bonnie Glaser, an Asia expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.Read More →

Milos Zeman - Czech

“I do not believe this, but it is always better to have information from intelligence that this accusation is false, than to live in the belief that there can be something [truthful] in it,” Czech Republic President Milos Zeman said.Read More →