Police officers on duty in Salisbury, England, as the investigation into the death of Dawn Sturgess, who died after being exposed to nerve agent novichok, continues, Tuesday July 10, 2018. (Rod Minchin/PA via AP)
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UK nerve agent victim meets Russia's envoy in London: reportsA British man poisoned along with his partner with a nerve agent, amid an assassination attempt on a Russian ex-spy in England blamed on Moscow, met its top U.K. envoy Saturday, according to reports.Charlie Rowley, 45, whose partner Dawn Sturgess died after exposure to the toxin, held a 90-minute meeting with Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko at Russia's embassy in London, Britain's Sunday Mirror said.Rowley and Sturgess, a 44-year-old mother of three children, who lived near the southwestern English city of Salisbury, fell ill on June 30 last year.A Russian TV station also reported Saturday's meeting, saying Rowley was eager for answers that Britain had failed to provide.
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