“Appalling” Reading Knife Attack Labeled “Terrorism”

At least three people were killed and three others were seriously injured by an attacker armed with a knife in the British city of Reading, situated about 60 km east of London. The attack took place in Forbury Gardens at 7:00 PM local time yesterday. Today, the British anti-terrorist police classified the attack as an act of terrorism whose motive is not yet clear.

Are Former GRU Officer Skripal and His Daughter Now Living in New Zealand?

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia went to live in New Zealand according to the British media. A bottle with “Novichok” was used to poison former Russian spy Skripal and his daughter Yulia on March 4, 2018. Skripal was a Russian military intelligence officer who was convicted in 2006 of spying for the UK. In 2006 he was released in a spy swap and moved to the UK where he settled in Salisbury. The poisoning not only effected the intended targets but also UK citizens as well.

Brexit — UK Heading for No Deal Unless it Keeps Promises

A no-deal Brexit looms for the UK unless its Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, sticks to the very promises that he made while securing the withdrawal agreement, the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier has warnedBarnier accused the Prime Minister of seemingly trying to take an about turn from the written agreement in the political declaration that was arrived at and signed between the UK and the European Commission.

Russian Prosecutor Asking 18 Years Maxim Security Prison Term for Paul Whelan, Was He a Spy or Black Market Contractor?

A Prosecutor investigating the case of a former US Navy officer accused of spying in Russia has requested 18 years in a maximum-security prison for the defendant, Paul Whelan. The trial wrapped up on May 25, 2020. It is expected that the verdict of the marine, who was detained in Moscow 17 months ago, will be announced by the court in June after final submissions.