Britain calls them nerve agent hit men. Russians ask whether they are gay. – Washington Post

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When Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov went on Kremlin-backed channel RT this week to defend themselves from British allegations that they attacked a former Russian double agent and his daughter with a nerve agent on British soil, the interview …
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