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By Vladimir Isachenkov, Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
The top Democrat and the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee asked President Donald Trump to examine whether chemical weapons were used by Russia against Alexei Navalny.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Russia’s leading opposition figure is seriously ill in a Siberian hospital, the victim of a possible poisoning. Alexei Navalny is a crusading anti-corruption activist and aspiring politician who has been a thorn in President Vladimir Putin’s side for years. Nick…
It has been almost a year since Kremlin intelligence officers attempted to kill a Russian defector in the British city of Salisbury by poisoning him with a nerve agent. That attack, and the subsequent death of a British woman, scared…
By Malcolm Brabant
The country's chief counterterrorism police officer said tests at Britain's defense laboratory had confirmed what many residents feared — a man and woman in their 40s had been poisoned with the same toxin that almost killed a former Russian spy…
By Matt Dunham, Jill Lawless, Associated Press
By Jill Lawless and Nataliya Vasilyeva, Associated Press
Ex-spy Sergei Skripal is improving rapidly and is no longer in critical condition, a British health official said Friday, a month after he and his daughter were poisoned with a rare nerve agent that triggered a diplomatic crisis between Russia…
News Wrap: Palestine blames Israel in 2004 death of Yasser Arafat…
Russia expelled four British diplomats Thursday, days after England did the same in protest of Russia refusing to extradite a suspect in the murder investigation of a former Russian spy. A reporter provides an update.
Russia is emerging as a regional power with its energy boom. This economic boost has led to President Putin's government becoming even stronger and low chances for fair elections and freedom of speech in the ex-communist country.
Two weeks after the poisoning death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, more radiation poisoning cases have been discovered and Moscow is abuzz with rumors of political intrigue. NewsHour Correspondent Simon Marks reports on the criminal investigation and its implications…
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