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Mar 29, 2018

The Washington Post | Evening Editio | Russia will expel U.S. diplomats and close a consulate in St. Petersburgon March 29,2018.

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Russia will expel U.S. diplomats and close a consulate in St. Petersburg
The move, which was announced by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, comes in retaliation for the expulsion of Russian diplomats over the Sergei Skripal poisoning case in Britain. Russia has also promised to expel embassy officials from other countries.
By Matthew Bodner  •  Read more »
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