Salisbury attack: Novichok poisoning suspect’s passport shows link to Russian defence ministry – The Independent

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Documents obtained by investigative journalists appear to have provided the first public proof of links between the Salisbury novichok attack suspects and the Russian government. A passport issued to Alexander Petrov, one of two men charged with …
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