Russia warns Britain at U.N. nerve agent attack meeting over accusations that Moscow is to blame for poisoning former Russian spy
European capitals plan to expel Russian diplomats over alleged poisoning of former Russian spy Scripal in Britain
European Union leaders agree it is "highly likely" Russia is to blame for nerve agent attack on ex-spy in Britain.
Suspended Cambridge Analytica Chief Executive Alexander Nix has been recalled to the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee which claims there were "a number of inconsistencies" in evidence he gave to MPs last month
British Council ceases activity in Russia
Britain's media parliamentary committee recalls suspended Cambridge Analytica CEO to give evidence over previous Facebook testimony
Peskov: Putin discussed with the Russian security council "unfriendly and provocative" policy of London
British Police say a suspicious package was found near the offices of Cambridge Analytica in central London. Building evacuated.
Merkel, Macron and May to meet at EU summit on spy attack: French presidency
Kremlin calls Johnson likening Putin to Hitler 'disgusting'
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Fire brigade tackles blaze at hotel in north Dublin
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US Department of State: Today, a Russian Foreign Ministry official said that "logic suggests" the UK was behind the nerve agent attack on Salisbury. That's absurd. Logic and evidence actually show Russia was behind the attack
Facebook COO Sandberg says 'I deeply regret that we didn't do enough' on Cambridge Analytica
Facebook's Zuckerberg says Aleksandr Kogan's personality quiz app was installed by around 300,000 people who shared their data and some of their friends' data
Facebook's Zuckerberg says will conduct full audit of any app with 'suspicious activity,' will further restrict developer access to user data
Zuckerberg says Facebook will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of data before 2014, when changes were made to reduce data access
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg shares update on Cambridge Analytica situation, says company 'made mistakes'
Trump, Macron: Need action on Russia in UK poison case
Tusk lays bare EU split on Russia with Putin 'reappointment' dig
A spokeswoman for the Russian foreign ministry says Foreign Secretary is "poisoned with hatred and anger" after Boris Johnson suggested Russian president Putin would use the World Cup in Russia in the same way Hitler used the 1936 Olympics to bolster his country's image
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Boris Johnson comparing Russia and Putin hosting the World Cup this summer to Hitler and the Berlin Olympics in 1936
UK demands Russian guarantees over World Cup fan safety: Johnson
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says it would be wrong to punish England players by withdrawing from the World Cup in Russia but says fan safety is important
Russia spreading 'lies and disinformation' over spy poisoning: UK embassy in Moscow
Russia's Chief of the General Staff, Gen. Valery Gerasimov spoke on the phone WED. with @NATO's Supreme Allied Commander-EUROPE and head of @US_EUCOM, Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, according to Russia's Ministry of Defense, exchanging "views on topical issues of international security"
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Russian president Putin "wants to cause trouble wherever he can" and says the reason the UK was targeted was because it "called out" Russia over its abuses of values
UK targeted by Russia because it 'called out' abuses: Johnson
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the trail of responsibility for the nerve agent attack in Salisbury "inexorably leads back to the Kremlin"
Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons have arrived at the Mill Pub in Salisbury as part of the investigation into the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia
Vladimir Yermakov says his person opinion is that the Salisbury incident was "a planned action against Russia"