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Василий Богдан в студии Апостроф TVФото: Дарья Давыденко / Апостроф

– Появилась информация, что один из этих сотрудников ГРУ – Анатолий Чепига, бывал в Украине неоднократно, последний раз в конце 2013 года, когда начинался Майдан. Какие у него здесь могли быть задачи?

– Эта информация соответствует действительности, могу сказать уверенно, еще и потому, что на каком-то этапе высшее украинское руководство согласилось, чтобы в Севастополе были открыты представительства Главного управления военной разведки и ФСБ Российской Федерации. Они тогда очень бомбили руководство Украины, мол, за контингентом Черноморского флота надо следить, чтобы они там чего-то не натворили и тому подобное. Проблема, и об этом публично говорилось, что инфильтрация на территорию украинского государства этих спецслужб, безусловно, угрожала национальной безопасности, и то, что произошло в Крыму – это следствие тех просчетов тогдашнего украинского руководства, оно позволило это России, а Россия этим воспользовалась и совершила то, что она сделала, и от чего мы сейчас страдаем и стараемся справиться с последствиями. Поэтому они принимали активное участие в формировании и агентурного аппарата, и проведении соответствующих акций для провоцирования сепаратистских настроений в этнически русской среде, особенно в Крыму, среди российских военнослужащих, которые после службы на Черноморском флоте и в других военных формированиях оставались жить в Севастополе и на других территориях Крыма и Украины в целом. А это тот контингент, который и был той взрывной силой, из которой затем была создана так называемая самооборона. Это все доказано, что Чепига имел отношение и к организации захватов административных зданий на территории Донбасса и самом Донецке, и он был в Киеве, и в Межигорье, когда Янукович бежал из Украины, и имеет отношение к этому.

Генерал рассказал, как агент ГРУ Чепига оказался в Украине и какие стояли задачи

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Полковник ГРУ РФ Анатолий Чепига, который даже получил “Героя России” за Крым, попал на территорию Украины при попустительстве предыдущей власти, после чего принял участие в захватах зданий на Донбассе и бегстве экс-президента Виктора Януковича.

Об этом рассказал в интервью “Апострофу” эксперт по вопросам безопасности, ветеран внешней разведки, генерал-лейтенант Василий Богдан.

Он уверен, что информация из СМИ о его деятельности в Украине соответствует действительности. Генерал отметил, что это подтверждают действия предыдущего руководства страны.

“Эта информация соответствует действительности, могу сказать уверенно, еще и потому, что на каком-то этапе высшее украинское руководство (времен Януковича – ред.) согласилось, чтобы в Севастополе были открыты представительства Главного управления военной разведки и ФСБ РФ. Они тогда очень бомбили руководство Украины, мол, за контингентом Черноморского флота надо следить, чтобы они там чего-то не натворили и тому подобное. Проблема, и об этом публично говорилось, что инфильтрация на территорию украинского государства этих спецслужб, безусловно, угрожала национальной безопасности, и то, что произошло в Крыму – это следствие тех просчетов тогдашнего украинского руководства, оно позволило это России, а Россия этим воспользовалась и совершила то, что она сделала, и от чего мы сейчас страдаем и стараемся справиться с последствиями”, – рассказал Богдан.

По его словам, российские спецслужбы активно работали в формировании и агентурного аппарата, и проведении соответствующих акций для провоцирования сепаратистских настроений в этнически русской среде, особенно в Крыму, среди российских военнослужащих, которые после службы на Черноморском флоте и в других военных формированиях оставались жить в Севастополе и на других территориях Крыма и Украины в целом. А Чепига участвовал во всех важнейших событиях конца 2013 начала 2014 годов, отметил он.

“А это тот контингент, который и был той взрывной силой, из которой затем была создана так называемая самооборона. Это все доказано, что Чепига имел отношение и к организации захватов административных зданий на территории Донбасса и самом Донецке, и он был в Киеве, и в Межигорье, когда Янукович бежал из Украины, и имеет отношение к этому”, – добавил генерал.

Напомним, в конце сентября благодаря совместному расследованию Bellingcat и российского издания The Insider удалось узнать настоящее имя одного из отравителей Скрипалей. Им оказался полковник ГРУ и Герой России с украинскими корнями Анатолий Чепига. Только за события в Чечне он получил более 20 воинских наград.

Также в СМИ появилась информация, что Чепига помог Януковичу бежать из Украины. Участник расследования Сергей Канев отметил, что “Героя России” ГРУшник получил именно за эту операцию.

 

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Почему спецслужбы больше не пытаются заметать следы

При этом складывается впечатление, что спецслужбы проводят операции все более открыто. “На мокрые операции снова появился спрос”, – отмечает Эрих Шмидт-Энбом, немецкий эксперт, изучающий деятельность спецслужб. Термин “мокрые операции” – из жаргона КГБ: так обозначали те, в ходе которых может или должна пролиться кровь. “Спецслужбы больше не стесняются действовать открыто ” Для Шмидта-Энбома пово

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Anatoliy Chepiga

Baltic Times

EU leaders back initiative to impose sanctions for cyber attacks

They are the agents of the Russian military intelligence’s military doctor Alexander Mishkin and GRU Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga.

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shoigu

TASS

Russian specialists re-equipping S-300 systems delivered to Syria for local operation

On September 24, 2018, after the loss of Russia’s Il-20 reconnaissance plane in Syria, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia would transfer S-300 systems to the Syrian armed forces to enhance their combat potential.

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russian military intelligence

EURACTIV

Fearing election hacking, EU leaders to ready sanctions

Russian threat The will to consider sanctions against cybercrime perpetrators has emerged after a report from the Dutch intelligence services in partnership with the UK that a range of cyberattacks was carried out by the GRU, the Russian military intelligence service, on various sectors ranging from sport to transport and the 2016 US presidential election.

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Сергей Скрипаль

БИЗНЕС Online

Лондон объяснил отказ делиться с Россией подробностями «дела Скрипалей»

19.10.2018 Лондон объяснил отказ делиться с Россией подробностями «дела Скрипалей» Великобритания не намерена делиться с Россией информацией о ходе расследования «дела Скрипалей», пока Москва не ответит на поставленные ранее вопросы Лондона. Об этом заявил « Интерфаксу » посол Великобритании в России Лори Бристоу . У дипломата спросили, по какой причине британская сторона не предоставляет России

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Germany AND Novichok

Fair Observer

Assassins Without Borders

Teresa May’s government has called for additional EU economic sanctions against Russia and brought charges against two members of Russian military intelligence after discovering traces of the Novichok nerve agent in the room they rented in London.

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руслан боширов

Деловой Петербург

The Insider и Bellingcat узнали, кто скрывается за псевдонимом Руслан Боширов

The Insider и Bellingcat утверждают, что за псевдонимом Руслан Боширов скрывается полковник ГРУ и Герой России Анатолий Чепига. Великобритания винит Руслана Боширова и Александра Петрова в отравлении бывшего полковника ГРУ Сергея Скрипаля и его дочери Юлии в городе Солсбери. По данным The Insider и Bellingcat, Анатолий Чепига родился 5 мая 1979 года в деревне Николаевка на российско-к

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russian military intelligence

EURACTIV

Ukraine sets up group to stop any attempt by Russia to influence elections

A report blamed a group that has been accused by Britain of having links to Russian military intelligence.

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Сергей Скрипаль

Вести.Ru

Лондон объяснил, почему не делится с Москвой данными по Скрипалям

Лондон не будет предоставлять Москве данные о ходе расследования инцидента Солсбери до того, как российская сторона не ответит на поставленные ранее вопросы по этому делу. Как передает “Интерфакс” , об этом мировую общественность проинформировал посол Великобритании в России Лори Бристоу. Он подчеркнул, что британская сторона еще в марте 2018 года задала РФ ряд вопросов, касающихся примен

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Germany AND Novichok

Politics live

Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning

Theresa May is still in Brussels today, where an Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit is being held, but the main Brexit discussions of the week are over and she will return to London to find a party not exactly reassured by her stance. I can’t be 100% sure, but I suspect she may be the first prime minister in history to have one of her backbenchers give an on-the-record interview describing the gov

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Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)

Theresa May is still in Brussels today, where an Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit is being held, but the main Brexit discussions of the week are over and she will return to London to find a party not exactly reassured by her stance. I can’t be 100% sure, but I suspect she may be the first prime minister in history to have one of her backbenchers give an on-the-record interview describing the gov

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String of own goals by Russian spies exposes a strange sloppiness | World news

MOSCOW (AP) – The Latest on the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter (all times local): 12:00 a.m. Britain’s U.N. ambassador says  Russia  has come up with 24 theories on who bears responsibility for the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in England, but the United Kingdom has only one – that it’s highly likely  Russia  was responsible. Karen Pierce told a U.N. Security Council mee

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Сергей Скрипаль

Утро.Ru

Нечего сказать: Лондон ищет оправдания смерти Юлии Скрипаль

Возможно, мир никогда не узнает, что же на самом деле случилось в Солсбери Британцы в очередной раз отказались посвящать российскую сторону в детали расследования отравления Сергея Скрипаля и его дочери. Представители Соединенного Королевства безапелляционно заявили, что наша страна не ответила на поставленные вопросы. А потому они не видят “оснований делиться с Россией информацией о ходе расс

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Global Security News: Putin compares Khashoggi case to Skripal poisoning, asks why Russia condemned despite lack of proof – RT

2.13.18 – Merkel The Spider Düsseldorf carnival: Float shows Donald Trump mounted by Russian bear – Business Insider The German Intelligence behind Operations “Trump” and “9/11”.  That’s another crown for you, Ole. You’ve bought the first one, I guess you really liked it. Are these crowns real or fake? –  M.N. The Great Demiurge Ole The First  The Real Mastermind of the Operations “Trump” and “9/

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ФСБ: У студента, напавшего на колледж в Керчи, могли быть сообщники

Сейчас следствие устанавливает их личности. Об этом сообщил представитель крымского ФСБ на заседании оперативного штаба, пишет РИА Новости. Предстоит также выяснить и мотивы преступления, уточнили силовики. Нападение на политехнический колледж устроил студент 4 курса 18-летний Владислав Росляков . Он открыл стрельбу по студентам и преподавателям, взорвал самодельную бомбу, затем покончил с собой.

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Operation Novichok – Salisbury Poisoning – News Review Update – 5:38 AM 10/18/2018

Spread the Knowledge LATEST Salisbury Poisoning 2018 News Review from mikenova (20 sites) 1 salisbury novichok – Google News: Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force – RUSI Analysis Kamal Alam, Visiting Fellow, Pakistan Raffaello Pantucci, Director of International Security Studies 40min chemical weapons Sputnik International 1 Agent Orange: America’s Use of … Continue readin

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Salisbury Poisoning News Updates – FBI News Review: Operation Novichok – Salisbury Poisoning – News Review Update – 5:38 AM 10/18/2018

Spread the Knowledge LATEST Salisbury Poisoning 2018 News Review from mikenova (20 sites) 1 salisbury novichok – Google News: Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force – RUSI Analysis Kamal Alam, Visiting Fellow, Pakistan Raffaello Pantucci, Director of International Security Studies 40min chemical weapons Sputnik International 1 Agent Orange: America’s Use of … Continue readin

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Sergey Skripal – FBI News Review: M.N.: Ask for the establishment of the Independent Investigative Committee under the aegis of the United Nations – Operation Novichok – Salisbury Poisoning – News Review Update – 5:38 AM 10/18/2018

Spread the Knowledge The Brits basically said: “We do not trust you enough to have the joint investigation with you.” This is sad (and logical, isn’t it?), regrettable, but understandable. I have the next idea and proposal for all the parties involved, and for the Russians in particular, since the onus and the burden of the … Continue reading “M.N.: Ask for the establishment of the Independent Inv

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ФСБ назвала условием успешной борьбы с терроризмом контроль киберпространства

Почти 1 млн кв. м был арендован и куплен в столице с начала года, что стало максимальным результатом с 2014 г. Рост составил 28% по сравнению с аналогичным периодом в 2017 г., говорится в исследовании компании JLL. В то же время, по прогнозам компании, ввод новых офисных площадей в нынешнем году установит очередной антирекорд и объем нового предложения остается на низком уровне. «В таких условиях

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Сергей Скрипаль

РИА Новости

Медведев призвал Британию быть сдержанной в оценках по делу Скрипалей

13:36 18.10.2018 (обновлено: 13:39 18.10.2018 ) 0 335 8 4 МОСКВА, 18 окт — РИА Новости. Великобритания и другие государства должны быть сдержанными в своих оценках по “делу Скрипалей”, так как эти оценки не соответствуют действительности, заявил премьер-министр РФ Дмитрий Медведев. “Мы считаем, что все должны быть сдержанными в оценках. Оценки, которые даются целым рядом стран, во-первых, не соот

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Украина потребовала от ФСБ отпустить украинских моряков из Крыма

Уполномоченный Верховной Рады по правам человека Людмила Денисова обратилась в Федеральную службу безопасности РФ с требованием отпустить удерживаемых в оккупированном Крыму украинцев, членов экипажа судна “ЯМК-0041”. Об этом она сообщила в Facebook. “Украинцев Сергея Калиниченко, Олега Блока и Руслана Скрипника продолжают незаконно удерживать на территории аннексированного Крыма. А все потому, ч

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В ФСБ заявили о необходимости контролировать интернет для борьбы с терроризмом

Заместитель директора ФСБ Сергей Смирнов заявил о необходимости контроля над интернетом для борьбы с терроризмом. Об этом сообщает ТАСС.  «Для нас, профессионалов, давно очевидно, что киберпространство должно находиться под контролем компетентных органов. Без этого гарантировать должное обеспечение информационной безопасности и успешно противостоять современным террористическим угрозам невозм

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russian military intelligence

U.S. News & World Report

Ukraine Sets up Group to Stop Any Attempt by Russia to Influence Elections

A report say which country did the hacking but blamed it on a group that has been accused by Britain of having links to Russian military intelligence.

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ФСБ хочет контролировать весь интернет для борьбы с терроризмом

ФСБ хочет контролировать весь интернет для борьбы с терроризмом Российская Федерация предложила другим странам вести постоянный мониторинг сети Интернет. Все для того, чтобы на корню рубить экстремизм и терроризм. С такой инициативой выступила Федеральная служба безопасности. По словам сотрудников российского ведомства, предложения о сотрудничестве были направлены государствам, входящим в сос

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В ФСБ заявили о необходимости контролировать киберпространство

Власти Крыма отрицают, что стрелков в колледже было несколько. Следствие ищет возможных сообщников студента, устроившего массовое убийство. Однако непосредственно стрельбу он устроил в одиночку. Об этом заявил глава Крыма Сергей Аксенов. Задача, по его словам, в том, чтобы найти тех, кто мог участвовать в подготовке к нападению. Ранее сегодня власти Керчи сообщили, что число погибших при взрыве б

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boshirov AND petrov

TASS

Skripal charges against Russia may stem from “internal political situation”, says Medvedev

Not acquainted with suspects Asked by the interviewer about the affair of the two Russians, Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, whom London suspects of involvement in the poisoning of the Skripals, Medvedev refrained from comment.

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salisbury novichok – Google News: Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force – RUSI Analysis

Kamal Alam, Visiting Fellow, Pakistan Raffaello Pantucci, Director of International Security Studies

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chemical weapons

Sputnik International

Agent Orange: America’s Use of Chemical Weapons Devastated Vietnam

Wednesday’s regular segment, Beyond Nuclear, is about nuclear issues, including weapons, energy, waste, and the future of nuclear technology in the United States.

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руслан боширов

РИА Новости

Юрист прокомментировала отказ Лондона сотрудничать с РФ по делу Скрипалей

11:18 18.10.2018 (обновлено: 11:22 18.10.2018 ) 0 31 0 0 Великобритания ответила отказом на запрос СКР о взаимной помощи в расследовании дела Скрипалей, заявил глава МИД РФ Сергей Лавров. Юрист Кира Сазонова в эфире радио Sputnik назвала отказ Лондона нарушением международно-правовых договоренностей. Великобритания ответила отказом на запрос Следственного комитета России о взаимной помощи в рассл

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russian military intelligence

USA TODAY

Rod Rosenstein in interview: I am prepared to do this job as long as Trump wants me to

CLOSE The president kept his comments about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein short and sweet during his speech at an annual police convention. Trump also said Monday he has no plans to fire Rosenstein despite speculation. USA TODAY Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images North America) WASHINGTON – In his first interview since reports surfaced that his future at the

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Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)
Novichok poisonings | Washington Post – Google News: Former MI6 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)
Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – The Telegraph
Novichok poisonings | Washington Post – Google News: Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – Washington Post
Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – PAHomePage.com
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6 – Yahoo Finance
Novichok poisonings mail online – Google News: Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK … – Daily Mail
Justice Dept. charges Russian woman with interference in midterm elections – Washington Post
Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force – RUSI Analysis
Fears Amesbury recovery will be forgotten – Spire FM
Indonesian journalists urge clarity on Khashoggi case – Yeni Şafak English
Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – Washington Post
Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – The Telegraph
Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – PAHomePage.com
Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6 – Yahoo Finance
Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK … – Daily Mail
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Germany AND Novichok – Google News: Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live – The Guardian (blog)


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Former M16 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
… World at One that Brexit would make the UK more vulnerable to attacks like the Russian novichok poisoning in Salisbury. He is giving a speech today in which he will say that Russia would not have used a nerve agent on the streets of America orGermany.

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Former MI6 boss says Brexit makes UK more vulnerable to attacks like Russian novichok poisoning – Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
Ex MI6 boss John Sawers’ argument that the Russians wouldn’t have attempted the Skripal poisoning but for Brexit would carry more weight if the Russians hadn’t killed Alexander Litvinenko with polonium in London in 2006, a decade before the Brexit vote.

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
The Telegraph
… former Russian spy in Salisbury. John Sawers, who led MI6 between 2009 and 2014, says “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve agent on the streets of an American or German city” because the consequences would be too great. He says Britain’s 

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Washington Post

Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
Washington Post
Sawers gave a speech Friday in Salisbury, where spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in March with the nerve agent Novichok. Britain says the attack was ordered at a senior level of the Russian government, a claim Moscow denies.

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LONDON (AP) – Brexit could leave Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the nerve-agent poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, a former head of the U.K.’s overseas intelligence service said Friday. “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve 
Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6Yahoo Finance

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Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6
Yahoo Finance
Brexit will make Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the Russian novichok poisoning in Salisbury, a former boss of MI6 has claimed. Sir John Sawers said the Russian chose to attack in Britain because the country looks weak. He added they would 
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Britain’s former top spy says Russia only dared to mount the Salisbury novichok attack because they thought the UK …
Daily Mail
Tory MP Mark Francois, who sits on the defence select committee, told MailOnline: ‘If this was what the Russians thought then they massively miscalculated. ‘The mass expulsions of over 150 Russian diplomats by Britain’s allies around the world 

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Justice Dept. charges Russian woman with interference in midterm elections
Washington Post
The Justice Department announced Friday it had on Friday charged a Russian woman who prosecutors say conspired for her alleged role in a conspiracy to interfere with the 2018 U.S. election, marking the first criminal case that accusesprosecutors have brought against a foreign national of for interfering in the upcoming midterms.
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Salisbury, Novichok and International Law on the Use of Force
RUSI Analysis
Following Prime Minister Theresa May’s statement of 12 March 2018 in response to the Novichok incident in Salisbury, news reports and social media platforms were awash with talk that it constituted an armed attack by Russia against the UK, that the UK 

Fears Amesbury recovery will be forgotten – Spire FM


Spire FM

Fears Amesbury recovery will be forgotten
Spire FM
It needs focused attention following the town’s novichok incident say some members of the business community. Concerns have been raised about the future direction of the recovery in Amesbury. They come after the Leader of Wiltshire Council Jane Scott …

Indonesian journalists urge clarity on Khashoggi case – Yeni Şafak English


Yeni Şafak English

Indonesian journalists urge clarity on Khashoggi case
Yeni Şafak English
It said the Western countries — led by the Britain — took an immediate action against Russia by expelling Russian diplomats after former Russian agent Sergei Skripal got poisoned in the city of Salisbury in early 2018, but there were very few 

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – Washington Post


Washington Post

Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
Washington Post
Sawers gave a speech Friday in Salisbury, where spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned in March with the nerve agent Novichok. Britain says the attack was ordered at a senior level of the Russian government, a claim Moscow denies.

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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack – The Telegraph


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Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
The Telegraph
Sawers was speaking at an event in Salisbury, southwest England, where ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his adult daughter, Yulia, were poisoned in March with the military-grade nerve agent Novichok. Britain alleges the attack was ordered at a senior level of 
Russia carried out Salisbury attack because Brexit has made Britain ‘weak and isolated’, ex-MI6 chief saysTelegraph.co.uk

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Washington Post

Ex-spy chief says Brexit leaves UK vulnerable to attack
PAHomePage.com
LONDON (AP) – Brexit could leave Britain more vulnerable to attacks like the nerve-agent poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, a former head of the U.K.’s overseas intelligence service said Friday. “I don’t believe Russia would have used a nerve 
Brexit will make UK more vulnerable to Salisbury-style attacks, warns former head of MI6Yahoo Finance

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Басманный суд Москвы арестовал до 15 декабря первого вице-мэра Сочи Сергея Юрина. Его обвиняют в получении в качестве взятки двух квартир, за которые он выдал разрешение на строительство в городе. Вместе с Юриным на два месяца арестованы замдиректора департамента экономики и стратегического развития администрации Сочи Александр Иванов, бывший замначальника правового управления администрации Андрей Левентюк, и еще четыре человека. Всем им также предъявлены обвинения в получении взятки в особо крупном размере. При этом, как отмечает агентство “Интерфакс”, прокурор выступал против ареста Юрина, считая, что следствие не представило для этого достаточных обоснований. Сам вице-мэр Сочи на суде заявил, что не понимает обвинения и не имеет к квартирам, фигурирующим в деле, никакого отношения.

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Continued Obstacles Threaten Future of FARC Peace Process in Colombia

A transitional justice system formed after the signing of a historic peace agreement with Colombia’s FARC rebels to try former fighters for crimes committed during the country’s decades-long armed conflict continues to face obstacles, further threatening the possibility of achieving lasting peace in the country.

The Special Jurisdiction for Peace (Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz – JEP) was set up after the Colombian government and the now largely demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia – FARC) signed a peace agreement in 2016.

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The purpose of the JEP is to “administer transitional justice and make known the crimes committed in the framework of the armed conflict before December 1, 2016,” according to the institution.

Below, InSight Crime looks at three obstacles that are hindering the JEP’s ability to move the peace process forward.

1. Former FARC Fighters Continue to Commit Crimes

Under the peace agreement, only former FARC fighters who did not commit crimes after 2016 can benefit from the JEP. However, since it was established, there have been reports of high profile former guerrilla members being included in the special jurisdiction’s list.

The most emblematic case is that of Seuxis Paucis Hernández Solarte, alias “Jesús Santrich,” who was a lead negotiator in the peace talks and was set to assume a seat in congress in April 2018.

Colombian authorities arrested Santrich in early April 2018 after the United States charged him with drug trafficking crimes committed after the 2016 peace agreement, making him ineligible to face justice through the JEP.

More recently, US authorities sanctioned another former FARC fighter for his alleged ties to the drug trade following the peace agreement.

On October 18, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) announcedsanctions against former FARC rebel Pedro Luis Zuleta Noscué, alias “El Inválido.” The agency alleges that Zuleta Noscué “continues to supply narcotics to criminal groups such as Colombia’s Oficina de Envigado.”

US authorities allege that Zuleta Noscué has long controlled a drug trafficking corridor in southwest Cauca department where he supported the FARC’s drug trafficking activities. Cauca had the fourth-highest number of hectares used for coca cultivation in 2017, according to illicit crop monitoring datapublished in September of this year by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

2. ELN Guerrillas on List of Demobilized FARC Fighters

Authorities in Colombia have in the past faced difficulties separating demobilizing FARC guerrillas with drug traffickers and other criminals trying to pass themselves off as FARC fighters in an effort to take advantage of the benefits awarded to the demobilized guerrillas as part of the peace agreement.

These problems persist today. JEP President Patricia Linares recently admitted that there are members of Colombia’s National Liberation Army (Ejército de Liberación Nacional – ELN) on the list of demobilized former FARC fighters, El Tiempo reported.

“I have information, which I myself have verified, that some of these people [ELN fighters] make up part of the Office of the High Commissioner for Peace’s lists that were prepared by the previous administration,” Linares said.

3. Tension with Colombia’s Attorney General’s Office

A new legislative proposal in Colombia has generated concerns from the JEP about their ability to adequately do their job. The proposal would limit the JEP’s access to confidential information, such as military, state, intelligence and counterintelligence operations that threaten to put the country’s national security at risk, Noticias Caracol reported.

JEP President Linares said that the legislation is “openly unconstitutional because it affects the [JEP’s] assigned transnational function.”

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The Attorney General’s Office and the JEP have also clashed over cases that don’t threaten national security, but rather raise questions about which institution has the authority and whether ordinary justice or transnational justice is the proper route to take. The Attorney General’s Office, for example, recently refused to hand over to the JEP information pertaining to assets seized from the FARC that could be used as part of reparations for victims of the armed conflict.

That said, relations between the two institutions appear to be improving. JEP President Linares recently met with Deputy Attorney General María Paulina Riveros. The two agreed to create a roundtable of sorts where the two entities can discuss solutions to the many issues that have stoked tensions between them, El Tiempo reported.

“The Government, Congress and Judicial Power are now paddling for the same side,” Colombia Attorney General Néstor Humberto Martínez Neira said.

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При этом складывается впечатление, что спецслужбы проводят операции все более открыто. “На мокрые операции снова появился спрос”, – отмечает Эрих Шмидт-Энбом, немецкий эксперт, изучающий деятельность спецслужб. Термин “мокрые операции” – из жаргона КГБ: так обозначали те, в ходе которых может или должна пролиться кровь.

“Спецслужбы больше не стесняются действовать открыто

Для Шмидта-Энбома поворотным моментом стал 2006 год, когда в Лондоне от отравления радиоактивным полонием-210 скончался бывший сотрудник ФСБ Александр Литвиненко, пишет DW.com. Хотя его дело до сих пор не удалось полностью раскрыть, Шмидт-Энбом уверен, что за преступлением стоит ФСБ. Аналогичным способом злоумышленники действовали и в Солсбери, где в начале марта 2018 года Сергей Скрипаль и его дочь Юлия были отравлены нервно-паралитическим веществом “Новичок”.

“Мы видим, что спецслужбы больше не заметают следы, как раньше: в прошлом они, к примеру, устраивали своим жертвам автокатастрофы. Сегодня это слегка вышло из моды – теперь спецслужбы больше не стесняются,” – рассказывает Вольфганг Кригер (Wolfgang Krieger), профессор Марбургcкого университета, изучающий деятельность спецслужб.

Основная мишень российских спецслужб – перебежчики

На взгляд Кригера, инцидент с отравлением Сергея Скрипаля – типичный пример работы российских и советских спецслужб. В основном жертвами подобных атак становятся так называемые перебежчики – агенты российской или советской разведки, которые затем стали сотрудничать с зарубежными спецслужбами.

Перебежчиком можно назвать и Скрипаля, который был двойным агентом: будучи полковником Главного разведывательного управления (ГРУ) Генштаба Минобороны России, он также сотрудничал с британской разведкой МИ-6. В 2004 году Скрипаль был арестован в России по обвинению в госизмене и приговорен к 13 годам лишения свободы.

Однако в 2010 году тогдашний президент РФ Дмитрий Медведев помиловал его и еще трех человек, осужденных за шпионаж, чтобы обменять их на агентов российских спецслужб, арестованных в США. После освобождения Скрипаль получил убежище в Великобритании: он жил с семьей в Солсбери, в небольшом доме, который за 200 тысяч фунтов купила для него британская разведка.

Скрипаль продолжал сотрудничать с МИ-6

По всей видимости, Скрипаль не сидел там сложа руки, отмечает Эрих Шмидт-Энбом. К примеру, в 2012 году он вместе с агентами МИ-6 ездил в Прагу, чтобы помочь местным спецслужбам разоблачить российских шпионов, знакомых ему еще со времен работы в ГРУ. А летом 2016 года Скрипаль был в Таллине и предоставил эстонским спецслужбам информацию, позволившую им разоблачить трех агентов Кремля.

Бывший полковник ГРУ также консультировал испанскую разведку на тему связей русской мафии в Испании с влиятельными политиками в Москве. “Он продолжал сотрудничать с западными спецслужбами, что не нравилось его бывшим коллегам в России“, – резюмирует Шмидт-Энбом.

Следует отметить, что отношения между Москвой и Лондоном традиционно были напряженными. После окончания холодной войны большинство западных разведслужб прекратили проводить операции против СССР, а затем стран СНГ. Однако британская МИ-6 стала исключением, рассказывает Шмидт-Энбом. К примеру, британские спецслужбы активно проявили себя во время чеченской войны. К тому же, именно в Чечне МИ-6 удалось завербовать многих российских перебежчиков, подчеркивает эксперт.

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It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

Despite attempts to stonewall public inquiry, the GRU’s dissection has been clinical. The agency has always had a reputation for daring, bolstered by its affiliation with special forces commando units and agents who have seen live combat.

But in dispatching agents to the Netherlands who could, just using Google, be easily exposed as graduates of an elite GRU academy, the agency appears reckless and absurdly sloppy.

One of the suspected agents, tipped as a “human intelligence source” by Dutch investigators, had registered five vehicles at a north-western Moscow address better known as the Aquarium, the GRU finishing school for military attaches and elite spies. According to online listings, which are not official but are publicly available to anyone on Google, he drove a Honda Civic, then moved on to an Alfa Romeo. In case the address did not tip investigators off, he also listed the base number of the Military-Diplomatic Academy.

That was the same school where Anatoliy Chepiga, the alleged true identity of the Russian suspect in the Salisbury poisoning, finished his education. Viktor Suvorov, a GRU agent who later defected to the west, described the academy as so secret that Soviet citizens could be jailed just for revealing its existence.

The internet has now made it far harder to hide that evidence. But the GRU apparently thought that would not matter.

Meanwhile, most of the alleged agents could be found online.

One of the men, Aleksei Morenets, an alleged hacker, appeared to have set up a dating profile.

Another played for an amateur Moscow football team “known as the security services team” a current player told the Moscow Times. “Almost everyone works for an intelligence agency.” The team rosters are publicly available.

Russia has claimed that the investigations are fake and that researchers are in league with western intelligence. But most of the evidence to uncover the spies was already out there, and conveniently timestamped on social media.

The saga began after May’s announcement last month, when Vladimir Putin ordered the two Salisbury suspects to appear on television. There, the two men fumbled through an awkward story about visiting Salisbury twice to see the cathedral, while an editor for state television suggested that they were gay. Homosexuality is largely treated as taboo in Russia and the government passed a law banning “gay propaganda” in 2013.

It didn’t help. One of the two men was outed as a likely GRU colonel anyway, after online investigators dug up photographs from his military service and leaked passport records.

Along the way, the researchers from Bellingcat and the Insider also recognised that the men were issued sequentially numbered passports by a special division, making it easier for anyone with access to a leaked database to identify them.

And then came Thursday’s bombshell: four men outed by Dutch investigators for attempting to hack into the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (as well as Malaysia’s investigation into a downed jetliner).

The alleged spies were caught carrying enough telephones to fill an electronics store. Moreover, like all meticulous Russians on a business trip, they held on to their taxi receipts from GRU headquarters.

Russia will publicly deny the latest reports and revelations about the alleged GRU agents. It has no other alternative. But the exposure of several consecutive European operations should raise questions about whether Russian military intelligence is being intentionally provocative or has simply gone off the rails.

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In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has contrasted the world’s response to the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi with its response to the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal, citing lack of proof in both cases.

Speaking at the annual Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Putin said that despite a lack of evidence proving Russian involvement in the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March, punitive actions were immediately taken against Moscow. In contrast, he said, that did not happen with Riyadh following Khashoggi’s disappearance.

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“There’s no proof in regards to Russia, but steps are taken. Here, people say that a murder happened in Istanbul, but no steps are taken. People need to figure out a single approach to these kinds of problems,” Putin said.

Khashoggi, a journalist who wrote columns that were critical of the Saudi kingdom for the Washington Post, disappeared on October 2 when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents for his planned marriage to a Turkish citizen.

Despite Turkish authorities pinning the blame for Khashoggi’s alleged murder on Riyadh – claiming to have video and audio proof to back it up – the US has been reluctant to point the finger at the Saudis. US President Donald Trump even floated the theory that perhaps “rogue killers” were responsible for the journalist’s disappearance. No such alternative explanations were offered following the Skripals’ poisoning.

Asked whether Moscow would respond to the Khashoggi disappearance, Putin said Russia still did not have enough details to take any action. “Why do we need to take some steps towards the deterioration of our relations if we don’t understand what is happening? But if someone understands and someone believes that the murder occurred, then I hope that some evidence will be provided,” he said.

Trump has been accused by numerous analysts, journalists and politicians of advocating for Riyadh in order to protect the US’ financially beneficial relationship with the Gulf nation. Many have cited Trump’s business ties with Saudis dating back decades.

On the day that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Riyadh to discuss the Khashoggi case, $100 million was transferred to the State Department by Saudi Arabia – part of a long-planned contribution to help stabilize newly liberated regions of Syria. The US, however, denied that the timing of the transfer had anything to do with the diplomatic incident over Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Turkish sources have leaked information to the press, including details from an alleged recording made of Khashoggi’s murder, during which Saudi forensics expert Saleh al-Tubaiqi allegedly dismemberedthe journalist’s body while his colleagues listened to music.

Saudi Arabia has denied claims of involvement. Trump has cast doubt over the existence of the tape, and said he plans to have a discussion with Pompeo following his fact-finding trip to Riyadh and Istanbul earlier this week.

READ MORE: ‘Sawed while still alive’? Gruesome ‘taped’ details of Khashoggi’s alleged murder cause media stir

When the Skripals were poisoned in the English town of Salisbury in March, British intelligence agencies swiftly accused the Kremlin of being responsible and sanctions were slapped on Moscow. British Prime Minister Theresa May led a chorus of international condemnation, expelling 23 Russian diplomats from the country and convincing the US and a slew of European countries to follow suit.

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The secretive, daring GRU seems to have lost its way in the age of internet search

It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

Related: Visual guide: how Dutch intelligence thwarted a Russian hacking operation

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It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

Despite attempts to stonewall public inquiry, the GRU’s dissection has been clinical. The agency has always had a reputation for daring, bolstered by its affiliation with special forces commando units and agents who have seen live combat.

But in dispatching agents to the Netherlands who could, just using Google, be easily exposed as graduates of an elite GRU academy, the agency appears reckless and absurdly sloppy.

One of the suspected agents, tipped as a “human intelligence source” by Dutch investigators, had registered five vehicles at a north-western Moscow address better known as the Aquarium, the GRU finishing school for military attaches and elite spies. According to online listings, which are not official but are publicly available to anyone on Google, he drove a Honda Civic, then moved on to an Alfa Romeo. In case the address did not tip investigators off, he also listed the base number of the Military-Diplomatic Academy.

That was the same school where Anatoliy Chepiga, the alleged true identity of the Russian suspect in the Salisbury poisoning, finished his education. Viktor Suvorov, a GRU agent who later defected to the west, described the academy as so secret that Soviet citizens could be jailed just for revealing its existence.

The internet has now made it far harder to hide that evidence. But the GRU apparently thought that would not matter.

Meanwhile, most of the alleged agents could be found online.

One of the men, Aleksei Morenets, an alleged hacker, appeared to have set up a dating profile.

Another played for an amateur Moscow football team “known as the security services team” a current player told the Moscow Times. “Almost everyone works for an intelligence agency.” The team rosters are publicly available.

Russia has claimed that the investigations are fake and that researchers are in league with western intelligence. But most of the evidence to uncover the spies was already out there, and conveniently timestamped on social media.

The saga began after May’s announcement last month, when Vladimir Putin ordered the two Salisbury suspects to appear on television. There, the two men fumbled through an awkward story about visiting Salisbury twice to see the cathedral, while an editor for state television suggested that they were gay. Homosexuality is largely treated as taboo in Russia and the government passed a law banning “gay propaganda” in 2013.

It didn’t help. One of the two men was outed as a likely GRU colonel anyway, after online investigators dug up photographs from his military service and leaked passport records.

Along the way, the researchers from Bellingcat and the Insider also recognised that the men were issued sequentially numbered passports by a special division, making it easier for anyone with access to a leaked database to identify them.

And then came Thursday’s bombshell: four men outed by Dutch investigators for attempting to hack into the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (as well as Malaysia’s investigation into a downed jetliner).

The alleged spies were caught carrying enough telephones to fill an electronics store. Moreover, like all meticulous Russians on a business trip, they held on to their taxi receipts from GRU headquarters.

Russia will publicly deny the latest reports and revelations about the alleged GRU agents. It has no other alternative. But the exposure of several consecutive European operations should raise questions about whether Russian military intelligence is being intentionally provocative or has simply gone off the rails.

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It must go down as one of the most embarrassing months ever for Russia’s military intelligence.

In the 30 days since Theresa May revealed the cover identities of the Salisbury poison suspects, the secretive GRU (now GU) has been publicly exposed by rival intelligence agencies and online sleuths, with an assist from Russia’s own president.

Related: Visual guide: how Dutch intelligence thwarted a Russian hacking operation

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has contrasted the world’s response to the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi with its response to the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal, citing lack of proof in both cases.

Speaking at the annual Valdai Discussion Club in Sochi, Putin said that despite a lack of evidence proving Russian involvement in the poisoning of Skripal and his daughter Yulia in March, punitive actions were immediately taken against Moscow. In contrast, he said, that did not happen with Riyadh following Khashoggi’s disappearance.

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“There’s no proof in regards to Russia, but steps are taken. Here, people say that a murder happened in Istanbul, but no steps are taken. People need to figure out a single approach to these kinds of problems,” Putin said.

Khashoggi, a journalist who wrote columns that were critical of the Saudi kingdom for the Washington Post, disappeared on October 2 when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul to obtain documents for his planned marriage to a Turkish citizen.

Despite Turkish authorities pinning the blame for Khashoggi’s alleged murder on Riyadh – claiming to have video and audio proof to back it up – the US has been reluctant to point the finger at the Saudis. US President Donald Trump even floated the theory that perhaps “rogue killers” were responsible for the journalist’s disappearance. No such alternative explanations were offered following the Skripals’ poisoning.

Asked whether Moscow would respond to the Khashoggi disappearance, Putin said Russia still did not have enough details to take any action. “Why do we need to take some steps towards the deterioration of our relations if we don’t understand what is happening? But if someone understands and someone believes that the murder occurred, then I hope that some evidence will be provided,” he said.

Trump has been accused by numerous analysts, journalists and politicians of advocating for Riyadh in order to protect the US’ financially beneficial relationship with the Gulf nation. Many have cited Trump’s business ties with Saudis dating back decades.

On the day that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Riyadh to discuss the Khashoggi case, $100 million was transferred to the State Department by Saudi Arabia – part of a long-planned contribution to help stabilize newly liberated regions of Syria. The US, however, denied that the timing of the transfer had anything to do with the diplomatic incident over Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Turkish sources have leaked information to the press, including details from an alleged recording made of Khashoggi’s murder, during which Saudi forensics expert Saleh al-Tubaiqi allegedly dismemberedthe journalist’s body while his colleagues listened to music.

Saudi Arabia has denied claims of involvement. Trump has cast doubt over the existence of the tape, and said he plans to have a discussion with Pompeo following his fact-finding trip to Riyadh and Istanbul earlier this week.

READ MORE: ‘Sawed while still alive’? Gruesome ‘taped’ details of Khashoggi’s alleged murder cause media stir

When the Skripals were poisoned in the English town of Salisbury in March, British intelligence agencies swiftly accused the Kremlin of being responsible and sanctions were slapped on Moscow. British Prime Minister Theresa May led a chorus of international condemnation, expelling 23 Russian diplomats from the country and convincing the US and a slew of European countries to follow suit.

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Theresa May’s statement saying the UK believes the Russian military intelligence service was behind the Salisbury novichok poisoning shines a further unwelcome spotlight on the most secretive of all the country’s intelligence agencies.

A slow drip of information about operations by the Russian service, known as the GRU, in recent years – from hacking ahead of the US election to support for the Kremlin’s wars in Ukraine and Syria – has shown the wide reach of the agency.

The intelligence wing of the Russian military was renamed the GU in 2010, but both inside and outside the country it is still more commonly known by its old name, the GRU.

The agency, where Sergei Skripal, who was poisoned by the nerve agent novichok, used to work, performs traditional military intelligence tasks and foreign intelligence operations.

For decades Soviet military intelligence kept up a parallel global network of agents and deep-cover “illegals” operating overseas with that run by the KGB. The most famous of the agents was Richard Sorge, who posed as a Nazi journalist in Japan in the 1930s and sent valuable intelligence to Moscow, including details of Adolf Hitler’s plans to attack the Soviet Union, which were ignored by Joseph Stalin.

When the Soviet Union collapsed and the KGB’s foreign spying operations were shifted to a new network, the SVR, the GRU retained a separate status. Although the SVR and GRU often have overlapping interests they tend to work in competition, with separate “residencies” inside Russian foreign missions abroad.

Sergei Tretyakov, who was a high-ranking officer in the SVR’s New York residency until he defected in 2000, explained in a book that there was no overlap between the work of the two agencies. There were two unmarked steel doors on the eighth floor of Russia’s UN mission in New York, said Tretyakov, one of which led to the SVR and one to the GRU. Neither agency had access to the office of the other. The head of the GRU reports to the defence minister and to Vladimir Putin, the Russian president.

The GRU has been identified as the main culprit in hacking ahead of the 2016 US election. A recent indictment from the team of special investigator Robert Mueller named 12 apparent GRU officers over the alleged hacking and leaking of Democratic party emails. Like the US operation, the novichok poisoning fits an apparent pattern of GRU operations: ingenious and audacious, yet uncovered and publicised by the target countries.

The open source investigative team Bellingcat recently claimed it had identified a GRU officer named Oleg Ivannikov as being partly responsible for the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014. The officer had also, allegedly, operated under a pseudonym as the defence minister of the Kremlin-backed breakaway state of South Ossetia. Again, it was an operation that mixed impressive tradecraft with errors: among the clues to the man’s identity was a record of an online shopping delivery where he had given his address as GRU headquarters.

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A new twist has emerged in the attempted poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Czech Radio has reported that the two suspects, believed to be Russian military intelligence officers, were in the Czech Republic in October 2014, the same time that Skripal was allegedly briefing Czech intelligence on Russian spying activity. Rob Cameron reports from Prague.

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В четверг, 18 октября, стало известно, что Великобритания ответила отказом на запрос Следственного комитета России (СКР) о взаимной помощи в расследовании «дела Скрипалей».

Как уточнил министр иностранных дел РФ Сергей Лавров, долгое время Лондон вообще никак не реагировал на запрос, ответ пришел лишь «несколько дней назад». Причем свой отказ британские правоохранители обосновали «соображениями национальной безопасности».

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«Несколько дней назад поступил ответ, в котором официально написано, что по соображениям национальной безопасности Великобритания не может предоставить нам помощь по данному конкретному уголовному делу, связанному с судьбой граждан Российской Федерации», – сказал Лавров в интервью французским СМИ – RT France, Paris Match и Figaro.

Также глава МИД РФ отметил, что все международные конвенции требуют от Лондона предоставить Москве доступ ко всем фактам, связанным с расследованием инцидента в Солсбери, так как одной из пострадавших является Юлия Скрипаль – российская гражданка.

Напомним, как сообщал сайт kp.ru, в начале марта британский шпион Сергей Скрипаль и его дочь Юлия были отравлены в городе Солсбери. По словам местных властей, они подверглись воздействию некоего нервно-паралитического вещества.

А вскоре в Лондоне заявили, что к инциденту якобы причастна Москва, однако никаких доказательств не представили. Кроме того, британская сторона сразу отказалась идти на контакт с Москвой в связи с делом Скрипалей.

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– Associated Press – Thursday, April 5, 2018

MOSCOW (AP) – The Latest on the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy and his daughter (all times local):

12:00 a.m.

Britain’s U.N. ambassador says Russia has come up with 24 theories on who bears responsibility for the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in England, but the United Kingdom has only one – that it’s highly likely Russia was responsible.

Karen Pierce told a U.N. Security Council meeting called by Russia on Thursday: “We believe that the U.K.’s actions stand up to any scrutiny. … We have nothing to hide, but I do fear that Russia might have something to fear.”

Pierce strongly criticized Russia for insisting on having its own experts participate in the examination of the nerve agent used in the attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal. Samples of what is believed to have sickened them are being analyzed by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.

Pierce also told reporters later that she finds it “grotesque” that Russia is blocking the investigation into responsibility for chemical weapons use in Syria while demanding that it be part of the investigation into the March 4 poisonings of the Skripals in the city of Salisbury.

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11:25 p.m.

Russia’s U.N. ambassador says Moscow assumes “with a high degree of probability” that the intelligence services of other countries are behind the likely the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain.

Vassily Nebenzia told the U.N. Security Council at a Thursday meeting called by Russia that “everything confirms this is a coordinated, very well-planned campaign” intended “to discredit and even delegitimize Russia.”

He did not name the intelligence services that Russia suspects, but said their goal is to accuse Moscow of using “a horrible, inhumane weapon, of concealing the arsenal of this substance,” of violating the Chemical Weapons Convention, and putting in question Russia’s “role not only in finding a solution in Syria, but anywhere else.”

Nebenzia said Britain is required to allow Russia to participate in the investigation of the March 4 attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.

He also questioned the British government’s claims of Russian responsibility by asking what antidotes for exposure to the Novichok nerve agent the Skripals were given and where they were for four hours without cellphones on the day of the attack.

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11:00 p.m.

Russia’s ambassador to the United Nations has given a blistering indictment of the British government’s allegations that Moscow was behind the nerve-agent poisoning in England of an ex-spy and his daughter.

U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia opened a meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Thursday with a lengthy statement in which he claimed that Russia was the victim of a hasty, sloppy and ill-intentioned defamation campaign by Britain and its allies.

Nebenzia said: “Great Britain refuses to cooperate with us on the pretext that the victim does not cooperate with the criminal….A crime was committed on British territory, possibly a terrorist act, and it is our citizens who are the victims.”

Russia called the Security Council session at U.N. headquarters in New York to appeal to other nations for support in pursuing another explanation for the March 4 attack on Sergei Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence agent who was convicted of spying for Britain.

Nebenzia challenged Britain to take his statement as “a litmus test” of the country’s integrity and respect for international norms.

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This item has been corrected to show the current U.N. ambassador from Russia is Vassily Nebenzia, not Vitaly Churkin.

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9:15 p.m.

Britain’s ambassador to the United Nations says she fears Russia called a meeting of the U.N. Security Council to discuss the poisoning of an ex-spy in England to show “contempt” for international institutions such as the U.N.

Ambassador Karen Pierce said she also has “a bit of a fear” that Moscow is trying “to build a narrative” for why it won’t accept the forthcoming findings from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on the nerve agent that sickened Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

Piece told reporters ahead of Thursday afternoon’s Security Council meeting that Britain looks forward to the chemical weapons watchdog’s report and has “nothing to hide.”

She said: “We ask, what have the Russians got to fear?”

Pierce said a number of factors led the British government to conclude that “this was a Russian state attack.” She says they include a Russian declaration that its ex-agents are fair game, knowledge that Russia has made military-grade nerve agents and “other information that I am not able to disclose.”

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7:50 p.m.

Russia’s Ambassador to Britain, Alexander Yakovenko, has rejected the notion that the embassy is “trolling” Britain with its Twitter account.

The London Embassy’s account, which has sometimes mirrored the wry humor of the ambassador, has been vocal in demanding evidence backing Britain’s insistence that Russia was behind the March 4 nerve agent attack on former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, in the city of Salisbury.

One March post featured a picture of actor David Suchet as Hercule Poirot, the intrepid sleuth of Agatha Christie novels.

On March 18 the Russian Embassy tweeted: “In absence of evidence, we definitely need Poirot in Salisbury!”

Pressed on the tweets, Yakovenko said Thursday that “We are using in this situation a sense of human humor because some statements are really not friendly.”

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4:30 p.m.

Russia’s top diplomat says Moscow must participate in a probe into the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy in Britain and see evidence if it is to accept the probe’s results.

Britain blamed Russia for the March 4 poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, accusations Russia has denied.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Britain stonewalled Moscow’s request for evidence and refused to let Russia join the probe.

Asked Thursday if Russia would accept the conclusions of the international chemical weapons watchdog, Lavrov said Moscow can’t give an advance approval to a verdict coming after a secret investigation to which it had no access.

Lavrov said that the expulsions of over 150 Russian diplomats by two dozen Western nations threatened global stability. Moscow expelled the same number of Western diplomats.

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4:15 p.m.

The poisoned daughter of Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal says in a statement released by police that her strength is growing daily and that she is grateful for the interest shown in her case.

Yulia Skripal said Thursday that she woke up over a week ago after being poisoned along with her father in the southwestern city of Salisbury on March 4. The 33-year-old expressed gratitude to the people who came to their aid.

She says that “I am sure you appreciate that the entire episode is somewhat disorientating, and I hope that you’ll respect my privacy and that of my family during the period of my convalescence.”

Britain has blamed Russia for the poisoning using a military grade nerve agent. In response, more than two dozen Western allies including Britain, the U.S. and NATO have ordered out over 150 Russian diplomats in a show of solidarity.

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3:45 p.m.

Russian state television has released a recording of what it says is a phone call between the daughter of an ex-spy poisoned in Britain and her cousin in Russia.

In it, Yulia Skripal says she and her father, former double agent Sergei Skripal, are both recovering and in normal health. She says her father is sleeping and his health has not been irreparably damaged.

Rossiya TV says Skripal’s niece, Viktoria, who lives in Moscow, provided it with the recording of her conversation with Yulia. The broadcaster says it can’t verify the recording’s authenticity.

Britain has blamed Russia for the March 4 nerve agent attack that sickened the Skripals. The British hospital treating them said Yulia’s condition has improved, while her father has remained in critical condition. Russia has vehemently denied involvement in the poisoning.

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11 a.m.

Russia’s top diplomat has dismissed the recent expulsions of Russian diplomats as a mockery of international law.

Two dozen countries have kicked out a total of more than 150 Russian diplomats in a show of solidarity with Britain, which blames Russia for last month’s poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain.

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Thursday the nerve agent poisoning of Sergei Skripal was “staged” to justify the expulsions from many countries “whose arms were twisted.”

The international chemical weapons watchdog on Wednesday rejected Russia’s calls for a joint investigation with Britain. Russia said the number of countries that abstained from the vote suggested many have doubts about Britain’s allegations that Moscow was behind the attack.

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