Russians accused over Salisbury poisoning were in city ‘as tourists’ – CNN

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Moscow (CNN) Two Russians accused of a nerve agent attack in the UK have told Russian TV that they visited the city where the assault took place to see its historic cathedral, and not to poison a former spy. Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov told
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