British Authorities Start Cleaning Salisbury From Soviet Nerve Agent

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The British Military has begun cleaning up Salisbury, England from the “Novichok” nerve-agent, used to poising former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter. According to Sky News, nine spots are the focus of the cleaning. One of them includes the bench on which the Skripals were found unconscious on March 4th. The British government blames Russia for the poisoning, which the Kremlin denies. The political fallout that followed the accusations led to 27 countries expelling over 100 Russian diplomats.