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U.K., Germany Make First Joint Interception of Russian Aircraft Near NATO Airspace – Reports
The British and German air forces carried out their first joint interception of a Russian aircraft near NATO airspace.
cheating the system
U.K. Reviews Rules After Row Over Wagner Lawsuit Against Journalist
The United Kingdom said Wednesday it was reviewing how sanctioned individuals are permitted to use the country's legal services, after reports the government...
U.S., U.K., France Jointly Reject Russia 'Dirty Bomb' Claim
The United States, Britain and France on Sunday jointly dismissed Russian claims that Ukraine is preparing to use a dirty bomb and warned Moscow against...
Russia Says Nearly 2,000 Foreign Fighters Killed in Ukraine
The Defense Ministry said Poland was the "absolute leader" among European countries for the number of fighters sent to Ukraine.
Britain: Russia Recognition of Separatists 'Violation of Ukraine's Integrity'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday slammed Russia's recognition of separatist republics
‘Deaf and mute’
Britain’s Top Diplomat ‘Mocked’ Over Russia Trip Gaffes
British officials were forced to clarify a series of remarks made by Foreign Minister Liz Truss to her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.
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Russia Calls UK Decision to Allow Assange Extradition ‘Shameful’
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova called the ruling "another manifestation of the Anglo-Saxon alliance’s cannibalistic worldview.”
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BBC Attacks Russia's Shock Move to Expel Journalist
The news organization said the expulsion was a "direct assault on media freedom."
‘We Can Also Bomb Targets,’ Russia Warns After British Warship Encounter
Moscow said it fired warning shots and dropped bombs on the ship's path near the coast of annexed Crimea, a claim London denies.
British Police Officer in Novichok Attack Sues Force
The former police officer was the first person to enter the pair's home in Salisbury.
In Photos: Prince Philip's Russia Visits
While Prince Philip famously said "I would very much like to go to Russia, although the bastards murdered half my family," he visited more than once.
Late Oligarch Berezovsky’s Aide Likely Strangled to Death in London – BBC
Nikolai Glushkov was one of Boris Berezovsky's oldest friends and business partners and was critical of President Vladimir Putin.
Putin Sends Queen Elizabeth II Condolences Following Prince Philip’s Death
Russia's president wished Queen Elizabeth “courage and spiritual fortitude in the face of a heavy and irreparable loss.”
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Britain to Sell Skripals' Home 3 Years After Novichok Poisoning – BBC
A local official vowed that the house “will not be used for anything other than a home.”
UK Says Russian State Link Likely in Navalny Poisoning
"A very serious set of questions to answer."
UK Govt Criticized for 'Lack of Curiosity' About Russian 'Meddling'
A report published by Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee says Russian influence in Britain was "the new normal."
UK, U.S. and Canada Accuse Russia of Vaccine Research Hacking
The hacking group "almost certainly" operates as part of Russian intelligence services, Britain said.
UK Says 'Russian Actors' Likely Tried to Disrupt 2019 Election
The accusation, although not directly aimed at the Kremlin, is likely to worsen already fraught relations between London and Moscow.
Russian Report on Boris Johnson’s Coronavirus Ventilation ‘Disinformation,’ Britain Says
Downing Street was quick to deny the Russian report and said the prime minister's hospitalization was a "precaution."
Russia Hires Britons for ‘Intelligence Operations’ – Guardian
Russia allegedly deploys its clients to attack Putin critics and “facilitate and conceal massive money-laundering operations.”
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