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DPA, 28th MARCH, 2018- The West’s coordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats over an alleged nerve agent attack in Britain could lead to a “Cold War situation,” Russia’s ambassador to Australia warned Wednesday.


At least two dozen countries and NATO have expelled more than 140 Russian diplomats in response to the poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the city of Salisbury earlier 
this month.


Britain alleges that the attack was ordered by Moscow and that a Russian-developed nerve toxin identified as Novichok was used.


Grigory Logvinov, the Russian ambassador to 

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