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All Would Have Died If Russia Was Behind Salisbury Attack, U.K. Novichok Victim Told
"I didn't really get any answers. I just got Russian propaganda," Charlie Rowley said of his meeting with the Russian Ambassador to Britain.
A Russian Is Now London’s Richest Man — Forbes
Mikhail Fridman was named in the "Trump Dossier" and accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. election.
British Ship Shadows Russian Naval Task Force in English Channel
A naval official has said that Britain is facing "significantly emboldened Russian naval activity."
Russia Condemns U.K. Foreign Army Base Plans
The U.K. reportedly plans to open military bases in south-east Asia and the Caribbean.
Russian Mafia Whistleblower Probably Died of Natural Causes, U.K. Inquest Finds
Perepilichny, who sought refuge in Britain, was found collapsed after jogging near his luxury home in southwest London.
Russian Cargo Ship Runs Aground off Southwest England
Rescue vessels were heading to assist a Russian bulk cargo ship after it ran aground off beaches in southwest England.
If Russia Chooses a Different Course, The U.K. Will Respond in Kind
It will take a long time to build the kind of relationship we want with Russia and it will be difficult.
British Planes Scramble to Intercept Suspected Russian Jets
British jets were scrambled to investigate suspected Russian fighter aircraft flying near United Kingdom airspace on Wednesday.
Britain Has Been Moscow’s Enemy 'Since Ivan the Terrible,' Russian Official Says
The Sunday Times cited security sources in reporting that the U.K. has tested capabilities to cause mass blackouts in the Kremlin.
Russian Fugitive Flees London to Return Home. But Why?
Once welcomed in England, Sergei Kapchuk began to fear for his life.
Men Charged in Novichok Attack Were Russian Intelligence Officers, British Prime Minister Says
Russia must rein in the activities of its military intelligence officers and account for their actions, British Prime Minister Theresa May said.
British Police Identify Russian Suspects Behind Skripals’ Poisoning, Media Says
The investigators are sure the suspects are Russian, the Press Association said.
West and Russia Square Off Over Empowering Chemical Weapons Body
In the wake of the Skripals' poisoning, Britain leads proposal to give the OPCW greater powers to assign responsibility for violations of the Chemical...
Diplomats, England Fans Honor Battle of Stalingrad Dead
"The enduring nature of the relationship between the UK and Volgograd outweighs any political ups and downs in our relationship."
British Consulate in St. Petersburg Closes After 26 Years in Operation
"This chapter in our book is coming to an end, this was not our choice,” Britain’s Ambassador said.
Abramovich Withdraws British Visa Application After Delays, Media Reports
Abramovich reportedly took Israeli citizenship this week after finding himself without a visa to Britain.
Kremlin Expresses Skepticism Over Yulia Skripal's First Media Outing
"We don't know if she made these statements of her own free will or if she was pressured," Peskov said.
Yulia Skripal Says She Wants to Return to Russia in First Appearance After Poisoning
Russia's ambassador in London has repeatedly demanded to see Yulia.
Moscow, Escalating Tensions With London, Investigates 'Objectivity' of British Media
Russia said it will be going further than merely calling out what it regarded as propaganda in the British media.
Abramovich Ordered to Explain Wealth to Extend U.K. Visa, Media Reports
Britain is investigating the wealth of dozens of oligarchs as part of a wider crackdown.
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