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>> British counter-terrorism police say they found the source of the nerve agent that killed a woman in England this month. Police said a small bottle was recovered during searches of her partner's house. Scientist have now confirmed the substance contained inside it is Novichok. Dawn Sturgess, a mother of three, is believed to of handled an item contaminated by the Soviet aeropoison.
She'd been in the English city of Salisbury with her partner, Charlie Rowley, before going to Mr. Rowley's home in nearby Amesbury. They both fell ill the next day, and Ms. Sturgess died eight days later. Mr. Rowley is recovering in hospital. Amesbury is only a few miles from where Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were attacked with the same poison while in Salisbury in March.
Britain has blamed Russia for the attack, but Moscow has denied any involvement.