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Russia Spy Mystery: British PM thanks allies for support

The US, France and Germany have joined the UK in condemning the nerve agent attack on a Russian former double agent. The allies blame Moscow for the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia and say it's a violation of international law. On Wednesday, Britain announced the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats. In response, the Russian foreign ministry said Moscow would expel UK diplomats shortly. Sarah Morice reports.

Russian Spy Mystery: Britain to expel 23 Russian diplomats

Russian Spy Mystery: Britain to expel 23 Russian diplomats

Russian Spy Mystery: Moscow demands access to UK poisoning evidence

Russian Spy Mystery: Moscow demands access to UK poisoning evidence

Russia Spy Poisoning: Skripal says recovery has been slow

Russia Spy Poisoning: Skripal says recovery has been slow

Spy poisoning causes strife between Britain and Russia

Spy poisoning causes strife between Britain and Russia

Rhine running dry as drought parches Europe

Rhine running dry as drought parches Europe

China resumes drills as US delegation visits Taiwan

China resumes drills as US delegation visits Taiwan

Rising cost of living prompts Britons to give up cats and dogs

Rising cost of living prompts Britons to give up cats and dogs

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

Serbia to remove sunken WWII German ships from Danube River

Serbia to remove sunken WWII German ships from Danube River

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

Ruto edges ahead of Odinga as vote counting continues in Kenya

Ruto edges ahead of Odinga as vote counting continues in Kenya

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