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Putin has a message for the UK spy poisoning suspects he calls 'civilians' with no military ties: 'I hope they will come forward' - Dotemirates
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Putin has a message for the UK spy poisoning suspects he calls 'civilians' with no military ties: 'I hope they will come forward'

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the two men whom British authorities charged in the attempted assassination of a former Russian spy and his daughter have been identified as “civilians” who do not work for the military, according to Russian media and The Associated Press. Interested in Russia? Add Russia as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Russia news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Russia Add Interest “We know who these people are; we have found them," Putin said at an economic forum in Vladivostok, Russia, Wednesday, according to the AP. He added, "There is nothing...


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