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>> Salisbury?>>
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And evidence that traces of novichok were found in their London hotel room. In an interview in Russia's state funded RT, they confirmed it was them in those pictures.>>
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The day Skripal and his daughter were found slumped on a bench. The pair claiming to be Petrov and Boshirov said they'd been in Salisbury for less than an hour because of bad weather. They were, they said, ordinary businessmen on holiday, merely victims of a, quote, fantastical coincidence.>>
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>> This is a tourist city. They have a famous cathedral there, the Salisbury Cathedral. It's famous, not only in Europe, but all over the world, I think, it's famous for its 123 meter spire. It's famous for its clock, the first clock that was invented in the world and still working today.
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>> On Thursday, Salisbury lawmaker John Glenn poured scorn on that claim. Saying that though he was delighted they could visit the world class attractions his city has to offer, their statement is simply not credible.
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