Mon. Jun 21st, 2021

There is ‘unequivocal proof’ that the Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent. That’s the finding of the German government, which says Mr Navalny was the victim of attempted murder and the world was looking to Russia for answers. Mr Navalny was airlifted to Berlin in a coma after falling ill on a flight last month. His team says he was poisoned on the orders of President Putin, but the Kremlin denies the allegation. Novichok was used to poison the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the UK in 2018. Our security correspondent Gordon Corera reports.

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6 thoughts on “‘Unequivocal proof’ that Russian opposition politician Navalny was poisoned, Germany says- BBC News”
  1. Here in the western most “West,” it’s imperative that Putin’s backside remain covered at all costs. Our current President cares deeply about the Russians. He also admires the Saudi government’s methods of manhandling dissenters. Recently, he’s hinting he’ll deploy armed troops to guard against mischief at the voting polls.

  2. ‘Unequivocal proof’ that Merkel flinging open the borders and forcing mass uncontrolled migration on the poorest has unequivocal proof that has lead to an increase in crime, violence, rape & murder… unequivocal proof.

  3. Germany is the same gov’t that opened up the flood gates of Africans and Arab Muslims to Europe and forced European countries to take them in.

    I wouldn’t trust that gov’t if it said the sky was blue.

  4. this crap needs to stop, putin should be removed from office because this type of attack can only be authorized by a president and these stock piles of weapons are always kept under lock and key away from anyone without high level government clearance.

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