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Diplomats held emergency talks Wednesday on the poisoning of a former Russian spy, after the global chemical arms watchdog confirmed British findings that he was the victim of a nerve agent attack.It was the second meeting of the body's executive council in three days and was called by Britain to discuss the probe into the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter last month in the British town of Salisbury.Britain has accused Russia of being behind the attack saying it was the only "plausible explanation".The OPCW's governing executive council also met Monday in closed session to discuss a dangerous mission by its inspectors to the Syrian town of Douma to probe allegations of a chemical chlorine and sarin gas attack on April 7 .
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