Russian double agent still in very serious condition after nerve agent attack

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What is a nerve agent? On Thursday night, a witness said police had been searching a auto at a vehicle recovery centre close to the Russian victim's home earlier that day.

The main focus on Friday was on Skripal's home where detectives continued their investigations with the forensic examination as experts suggested they could be subjected to the poisoning substance at home.

He explained: "These specific nerve agents are highly toxic and one needs to have expertise to make them". People exposed to nerve agents also experience confusion, vomiting, coma, and seizures.

Organisers added: "As we are approaching the final competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup itself, the LOC and FIFA are also in constant contact with all stakeholders regarding the ongoing risk assessment, which enables the implementation of overall preventive measures in cooperation with national and global enforcement authorities".

Boulegue said the fact that a policeman had also been affected in Sunday's attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury necessitated "an immediate and strong engagement" by Britain. For this kind of analysis, he adds, it is crucial to find environmental samples, as traces from body fluids are just too small.

Initial symptoms can include salivation, sweating, breathing difficulties, and a runny nose.

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The Russian Embassy said on its Facebook account that the same way fake news are published about the Lavrov-Tillerson meeting, USA media speak about Russia's aggressive attitude towards the people in West Ghouta, in Syria. 'Typically, if the symptoms can be controlled until the agent is removed then recovery is good.

"We don't know exactly what has taken place in Salisbury, but if it's as bad as it looks, it is another crime in the litany of crimes that we can lay at Russia's door", Johnson told the British parliament. In some cases, a mere 10 mg of a nerve agent can poison someone. For example, the officers may have touched the Skripals' clothing or skin, which could have been contaminated with the nerve agent.

Earlier this year, British government ministers announced they meant to target rich Russians in Britain who couldn't prove where their money came from, and they announced new asset-seizure powers known as unexplained wealth orders. Earlier this week the fire service was seen hosing down the area to wash away any soluble contaminants.

It has a special status and answers directly to the chief of the general staff, one of three people who control Russia's portable nuclear trigger.

Nerve agent is very hard to manufacture and is usually held only by governments in secured military storage.

Investigators are now working to trace where the nerve agent came from. The agent had been identified but he declined to give any more details about it.

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"To actually allow something like a nerve agent to be used in another country for some reason is outrageous".

Andrea Sella, a professor of inorganic chemistry at University College London, backed Sellstrom's assessment. With this information it might well be possible to trace the origin of the substance'.

A British inquiry found that Russia was responsible for Litvinenko's killing, and that Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved it.

Skripal would appear to be an unusual target for the Russian authorities, however.

Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence officer, was convicted in his home country in 2006 of spying for Britain and released in 2010 as part of a spy swap.

The widow of ex-FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko, killed in London in 2006, Marina Litvinenko said Britain is not safe for Russians who receive political asylum. "We'll do that properly, at the right time, and on the basis of the best evidence".

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