The facade of the Russian Embassy is seen behind trees in Bucharest on March 27, 2018. AFP / Andrei PUNGOVSCHI
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British Prime Minister Theresa May called Tuesday for a "long-term response" by the West to the security threat from Russia as NATO followed member states in expelling Russian diplomats over the poisoning of an agent in England.The U.S.-led NATO alliance followed suit announcing Tuesday it was expelling seven diplomats from Russia's mission at alliance headquarters in Brussels and blocking the appointment of three others, cutting the size of the mission to 20 people from 30 .The list now has 27 countries including Britain itself, which led the way by expelling 23 diplomats.In the toughest action U.S. President Donald Trump has taken against Russia since coming to office, the U.S. has said it will expel 60 Russians, including 12 intelligence officers from Russia's mission to the U.N. headquarters in New York.
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