LONDON – The latest in poisoning with neurotoxins from a former Russian spy and his daughter in the UK. (19659006) 19:50
In Washington, some of the 60 Russian diplomats expelled from the US in the poisoned spy warrant board a bus and leave the Russian embassy in the US
Russian news agency Tass said The first group of designated diplomats and their family members left the embassy complex on Saturday to fly to Moscow.
The US said the designated intelligence agents were working under diplomatic cover, including 48 from the embassy and 12 on Russia's mission to the United Nations. They received a week to leave the country.
Britain says the Russian government has been involved in the infestation of a former Russian spy and daughter in the UK on 4 March, a claim that Russia is denying. Hundreds of diplomats are expelled in the dispute both from the West and from Russia.
The Russian Foreign Ministry has published lists of questions intended to answer Britain and France in connection with the EU Poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in a British city in early March
Britain blames Russia for the case that Russia stubbornly denies. The dispute has led to widespread expulsion of Russian diplomats from Britain and some of its allies, followed by retaliatory expulsions from their diplomats from Russia.
The questions – 14 to the UK and 10 to France – focus on the involvement of French investigators in the field. Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…80&Itemid=58 – Spy and his daughter were poisoned by a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union  ___
Russia's embassy in London warns that Russians traveling to Britain may be subject to provocation, including incarceration of foreign objects in their luggage.
The warning, which was posted on Saturday in the Embassy website, said that it "reflects the anti-Russian policy, the growing threatening rhetoric of the British side (and) the selective actions of the British government against Russian individuals"  Britain accuses Russia of having been involved in the poisoning of a former Russian double agent and his daughter in the English town of Salisbury, which fiercely denies Russia.
Every country has expelled 23 diplomats and diplomats Russia has continued to urge Great Britain to reduce its staff at the Embassy in Moscow to the same level that Russia maintains in London.
On Friday, tension came to a head when British officers searched Aeroflot's passenger plane at Heathrow Airport.
"We urge careful monitoring of personal belongings and baggage to avoid provocation when foreign objects are put into them."
The British government is considering Russia's request for access to the daughter of a former Russian intelligence officer poisoned by a nervous agent in Britain
The Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that it was Russian Request I will meet with Yulia Skripal, a Russian citizen, "in accordance with our obligations under international and national law". The government will consider "the rights and wishes of Julia Skripal".
British Prime Minister Theresa May has accused the Russian government of attacking the Skripals, a Kremlin-denied indictment. May has received strong support from the United States and its European allies, who have accepted Britain's view that the Russian government is responsible for the use of a deadly nerve agent.
Russian officials insist that they have a legal right to visit the 33-year-old Skripal, who lived in Moscow and visited their father, Sergei Skripal, in Salisbury when they were attacked with a nerve killer on March 4
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