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Iran appears to be close to meltdown mode. Their rhetoric looks apoplectic.
Russian alternate reality game continues. More on Ms Butina.
In the UK, Police are closing in on the identity of the Russian CW agent covert ops team members and reported to be showing photos to potential witnesses.
Iran’s theocracy has picked an interesting time to try to wind up POTUS. From a survival politics perspective, this looks like the proverbial “dumb and dumber” from Tehran. Maybe the allure of martyrdom is stronger than their greed!
Russian sources offered an array of unlikely theories to explain a fatal nerve agent exposure in England.
A photo of the suspect has not been released to the public, however.
Maria Butina, the Russian citizen accused of attempting to infiltrate U.S. political organizations, received financial support from a Russian billionaire.
Moscow said Butina’s case came up between Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov and US secretary of state Mike Pompeo
Maria Butina, accused in the United States of spying for Russia, had wider high-level contacts in Washington than previously known, taking part in 2015 meetings between a visiting Russian official and two senior U.S. officials.
It comes after police used facial recognition technology to identify two assassins that were sent to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, on March 4.
ANTI-TERROR detectives hunting the Novichok poisoners have been showing key witnesses a photo of a potential suspect and asking about the movements of a mystery woman.
The 45-year-old – who spent 20 days in intensive care battling the nerve agent – is helping with inquiries into the poisoning after his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, 44, was killed by the toxin
Police officers have given Charlie Rowley, 45, of Amesbury, a special mobile phone number and banned him from watching television and from reading newspapers, his brother Matthew reveals.
Charlie Rowley, 45, has told how he would ‘really like to go out for a bottle of wine’ as he recovers in a safe house following his release from hospital. He says he will ‘never get over’ what happened to him and tragic girlfriend Dawn Sturgess.
Charlie Rowley, 45, says he remembers his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, 44, spraying what she thought was perfume on her wrists. Charlie, who survived the tragic event, claims the liquid Dawn sprayed was actually the nerve agent which caused his lover’s death.
A perfume bottle containing the remnants of the nerve agent used in the Salisbury spy attack broke in the hands of a heroin addict after he watched his girlfriend spray the toxin on her wrists, it emerged yesterday.Charlie Rowley, 45, was exposed to the toxin last month soon after Dawn Sturgess
The British couple who were poisoned by Novichok had sprayed a container disguised as perfume that later broke in the man’s hands when they were contaminated with the military-grade nerve agent, a family member said.
INVESTIGATORS in Hazmat suits are continuing to search at public toilets in Salisbury as part of the inquiry into the second Novichok poisoning in the area this year. So what are the effects?
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: “To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!”
U.S. President Donald Trump threatened his Iranian counterpart in a late Sunday evening Twitter post.
President Donald Trump has warned Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that he will face dire consequences for threatening the United States.
President Donald Trump issued a furious, all-caps challenge to the Iranian regime late Sunday night, warning that any threats to the US would be met with unspecified dire consequences.
The comment comes after Iran’s Hassan Rouhani said any conflict with his country would be “the mother of all wars.”
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is warning Iranian President Hassan Rouhani that he will face dire consequences for threatening the United…
Al Jazeera English Published on Jul 22, 2018 Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has said his country is growing impatient with the US government. At a meeting of foreign ministry officials in Tehran, Rouhani said that US President Donald Trump will fail to turn the Iranian people against their own government and any pressure will only bring Iranians closer. “You cannot provoke the Iranian people against their own security and interests,” he said. The gathering of Iranian diplomats in Tehran came ahead of more US sanctions set to take effect on August 6 after Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal. Al Jazeera’s Zein Basravi has more from Tehran.
Iran’s President Rouhani warned President Donald Trump not to threaten the Persian Gulf’s oil exports.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday said Iran’s leaders resemble “the mafia more than a government.”
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo launched a rhetorical assault on Iran’s leaders on Sunday, comparing them to a “mafia” and promising unspecified backing for Iranians unhappy with their government. Pompeo, in a California speech to a largely Iranian-American audience, dismissed Iranian
Trump administration hopes to stir unrest and pressure Tehran on its nuclear program and support of militant groups, officials say
President Trump plans to help set the conditions for a successful revolution by the Iranian people against the Islamic Republic, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday.