Salisbury poisoning: Russia 'targeted' Yulia Skripal email

Salisbury poisoning: Russia 'targeted' Yulia Skripal email
 

Russian military intelligence targeted Salisbury poisoning victim Yulia Skripal's email account as early as 2013, according to the UK government's national security adviser.
In a letter to Nato's secretary general, Sir Mark Sedwill said there was also evidence Russia trained "special units" to apply nerve agents.
He said the methods included putting nerve agents on door handles, as police say happened in the attack on Yulia, 33, and her ex-spy father Sergei on 4 March.
The letter was sent ahead of an invitation for Sir Mark to brief Nato on the Salisbury attack on 15 April.
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13 April 2018 in Regional, Views: 49
Source: BBC
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