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British Police identify source of Russian nerve agent

USATODAY.com Friday, 13 July 2018
British Police identify source of Russian nerve agentBritish counter-terrorism detectives believe they may have finally found the source of the nerve agent Novichok, which left a woman dead and a man critically ill. Veuer's Nathan Rousseau Smith reports.
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News video: UK police confirm source of Novichok nerve agent in Amesbury has been found

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UK police confirm source of Novichok nerve agent in Amesbury has been found

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