Czech Republic expels 18 Russian Embassy staff over 2014 blast
21 April 2021 | 8:47 am
The Czech Republic has accused Russian intelligence of being involved in a 2014 explosion at a military ammunition warehouse. It's searching for suspects involved in the 2018 Skripal poisoning.
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