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Tillerson: Russia ‘an irresponsible force of instability in the world’

KyivPost 112 sources

The United States is siding with the United Kingdom’s assessment that Russia is likely responsible for the poisoning in England of Russian former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter using a military-grade nerve agent. U.S.…

Novichok nerve agent attack 'clearly came from Russia', says Tillerson

The Guardian

US secretary of state says it is ‘almost beyond comprehension’ that state actor could use such a dangerous substance as Novichok

Putin poisoning plan backfires as world readies to wage World War 3 on Russia

Daily Express

VLADIMIR Putin’s alleged plot to poison a former Russian spy in the UK has seen world leaders rally behind Britain ready to respond as the threat of World War 3 grows.

Rex Tillerson Fired By Donald Trump

Huffington Post UK

Rex Tillerson, the US Secretary of State, has been fired by Donald Trump.

Donald Trump backs Britain on Russia ex-spy poisoning after sacking Rex Tillerson as secretary of state

ITV / News

The US president appeared willing to condemn Moscow in remarks made as he confirmed his sacking of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

Tillerson says nerve agent used in Salisbury attack 'clearly came from Russia' and will 'trigger a response'

ITV / News

Tillerson's comments amount to the strongest US response yet to May's declaration that it was "highly likely" Russia was behind the attack.

'Irresponsible force of instability in world!' Rex Tillerson vows to back UK against PUTIN

Daily Express / News

US SECRETARY of State Rex Tillerson has declared the military-grade nerve agent that was responsible for poisoning Sergei Skripal and his daughter “clearly came from Russia” and promised that it “will trigger a response”, it has emerged.

Tillerson: Nerve agent used to poison ex-spy "clearly came from Russia"

CBS News / World

"This is a really egregious act," Tillerson said Monday aboard a plane home from a trip to Africa

Rex Tillerson Warns That The Poisoning of a Former Russian Spy in Britain Will ‘Trigger a Response’

TIME / World

“This is a pretty serious action,” the U.S. Secretary of State said

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