A spokesperson for Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said it was "very likely" Russian Federation was responsible for the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement that the intensive consultations have taken place among NATO allies following the "attack in Salisbury" against Skripal and his daughter.
Sergei Skripal, a Russian military intelligence officer imprisoned by Moscow after being convicted of passing on information about Russian agents in various European countries, came to Britain in a 2010 spy swap. The USA will expel the largest number of Russian diplomats - 60 people in total.
"The Prime Minister said the conditions demonstrate the continuing strength of our European. transatlantic and global alliances and partnerships".
Many EU countries also ordered Russian diplomats out.
The Conner Family is still relevant in America
When Kimmel replied that he didn't, Barr responded: "Well, then zip that fucking lip" before collapsing on the couch in laughter. Nevermind her foreign policy", he responded. "You're expressing your views, as insane as they may be", Kimmel said.
New York Yankees: Bird's Wings Get Clipped Again
Everyone in the Bronx will breathlessly await the results, hoping this Bird can let it fly again. "Then he should be good to go". Enter 2017, and it seemed that Bird would finally get his chance as the Yankee 1st baseman of the future - but not so fast.
Moscow has fiercely denied any involvement in his attempted murder, instead pointing the finger at London.
Outside the EU, Canada, Australia, Ukraine, Macedonia, and Norway also announced expulsions.
"This is the result of colossal pressure, colossal blackmail which is the main instrument of Washington on the worldwide arena", Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Tuesday.
Ireland also announced it was ordering one Russian diplomat to leave.
Russia's ambassadors in Poland as well as Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia have been summoned to those countries' foreign ministries, said the reports.
In Moscow, President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, hinted the Kremlin would respond with tit-for-tat expulsions, saying Russian Federation would proceed from the "principle of reciprocity".
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Moscow regrets these moves of the Western countries, and Russia's diplomatic authorities will analyze the situation and propose response measures to President Vladimir Putin for his final decision.
Girl shot at Maryland high school identified, in critical care
A school resource officer engaged the shooter after he started firing, quickly containing the situation, Cameron told reporters. Mary's County Sheriff Tim Cameron said during an afternoon press conference it's not yet known if Rollins was shot by the SRO.
Another hardliner takes charge of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat
Some months ago, Sehrai wrote a five-page letter to Geelani expressing his displeasure about some developments within the faction. Geelani, 88, cited his falling health and curbs on him by government as reason for resigning from the post of TeH's chairman.
Govt verified facts about 39 Indians in Iraq
Of the 40 Indians, Harjit Masih from Gurdaspur had managed to escape and had claimed to have witnessed the massacre of the others. He added that he was brought back to India within weeks of the shootout, but was "released" by the government months later.
Stocks wobble and end lower after Fed raises interest rates
My take is this: The Fed is going to raise rates at least 1½ but more likely 1¾ percentage points between now and the end of 2019. Powell justified the Fed keeping its inflation forecast the same by noting that price pressures have been weak for years.