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Australia, Ireland, NATO and Moldova on Tuesday joined the wave of nations and groups expelling Russian diplomats over the nerve-agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson insisted Wednesday that Moscow was responsible for a nerve-agent attack on an ex-spy on British soil, while a senior Russian diplomat challenged London to proof its claims, accusing it of “hiding facts” or staging the attack itself.
Britain will expel nearly two dozen Russian diplomats, sever high-level bilateral contacts with Moscow and take both open and covert action against Kremlin meddling after the poisoning of a former spy, the prime minister said Wednesday, plunging U.K.-Russian relations into their deepest freeze since the Cold War.