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    Why there is no medical information available about the state of the two people “in a hospital”, no pictures, just words of some politicians in UK?

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      A judge last week granted chemical weapons inspectors permission to have blood samples taken from the Skripals. Here is how the Financial Times described that which makes clear the pair are on life support.
      + A judge has revealed that the Russian spy and his daughter who were targeted with a military grade nerve agent in an attack in Salisbury earlier this month could suffer long-term brain damage and may never fully recover.+
      https://www.ft.com/content/3616eb50-2df1-11e8-a34a-7e7563b0b0f4

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    Hi Michael, I didn‘t come across this Russian source yet, thank you. As to the story: I would like to suggest to include further official Russian documents. As far as I remember, this one has not yet been covered by Wikitribune: https://www.opcw.org/fileadmin/OPCW/EC/87/en/ec87nat09_e_.pdf, linked from https://www.opcw.org/?id=2706. Are there any more? Furthermore, I would be interested to learn about the Western reception of the aide-memoire, incl. the coverage by the Western mainstream media. Up to now the major part of the story still consists of the quotation of the questions.

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      I have added the link to the OPCW to the bottom of the original Skripal story and the ongoing coverage.

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    Hi. Thank you for your submission. Please email me on Burhan dot Wazir (at) WikiTribune dot com to discuss how we might move this forward. Thanks.

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      Hi again, there hasn’t been a reply from you for 19 hours and the article just hangs in the air. Is it still not ready to be published? What needs to be changed? Can someone else take a look at this and help with publishing it or you are not comfortable about covering Russian official position? Every word of Boris or Theresa goes straight away to a published article and no one seems to care enough about being objective and giving both sides of the conflict voice here, just as in other mainstream media.

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