"US, France, Germany, Canada back UK anti - "russian" terror actions / end of Putlerstan?

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    "US, France, Germany, Canada back UK anti - "russian" terror actions / end of Putlerstan? it look like one room was just reserved in the Hague for Vova Putler....whats next?

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    The U.S., Germany, France and Canada say they back Britain's finding that two suspects in the poisoning of a former spy were Russian military intelligence officers.

    In a joint statement, leaders from the four countries joined Britain in reiterating their "outrage" at the use of a chemical nerve agent, Novichok, in March in the southern England city of Salisbury.

    Saying Britain's finding has been independently verified, they urged Russia to provide "full disclosure of its Novichok program."

    In addition, they said the operation was "almost certainly approved at a senior government level" and pledged to "continue to disrupt together the hostile activities of foreign intelligence networks on our territories."

    US, France, Germany, Canada back UK spy findings

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    terrorists on the video , they are such bums
     
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    "UK´s answer :"

    A YouGov poll conducted earlier found that 75% of Britons believed that the Russian state was behind the Skripal poisoning, while just 5% said they thought Russia was innocent. But the sheer volume of Russian disinformation being exported abroad remained a major cause for concern, said one EU official who works on the issue but was not authorised to speak about it publicly.
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    Why would anyone care if Russia is killing their own treasonous spies?

    We’re supposed to go to war over that or something?
     
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