Ex-Russian Spy Attacked By Nerve Agent Likely Poisoned At Home

The Metropolitan Police says the highest concentration of the rare chemical was found on Sergei Skripal's front door in Salisbury, England. Investigators assure neighbors that they are safe.

Evidence collected by London's Metropolitan Police indicates that the former Russian spy and his daughter who were poisoned by a rare nerve agent

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