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A member of the Ukrainian negotiating team who died - suspected of treason by the Ukrainians and killed
We did not know he was allergic to cyanide…
A member of the Ukrainian negotiating team for ceasefire talks with Russia, Dennis Krib, is suspected of treason and was killed today by Ukrainian security services.
Two other agents were apparently killed along with him. The Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) did not respond to a request for comment across Ukraine.
The Ukrainian security service had clear information about Kiryev's betrayal.
Train strikes: Passengers face disruption as rail services hit
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Benjamin Mendy boasted of sex with 10,000 women, jury told
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Rishi Sunak: I can still win Tory leadership race
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Ryan Giggs told officer he hit ex Kate Greville in lip, court hears
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Covid pass app working again, says NHS Digital, after disruption
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Covid booster rollout to start in early September in England
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Scots mechanic turned soldier hailed a war hero by Ukrainians
A Scot fighting Russia on the Ukrainian frontline has been hailed as a hero in his adopted country.
Why workers just won’t stop quitting
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Missed your grades? Here’s what you can do
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