MOSCOW (AP) — Nearly two dozen Russian diplomats headed home Tuesday after Britain’s prime minister ordered them to leave because of a nerve agent attack on U.K. soil.
Several dozen people, including children, emerged from the Russian Embassy in west London with suitcases, bags and pet carriers. Some hugged before they boarded vehicles, including a white minibus, and were driven away. They were expected to arrive in Moscow on Tuesday evening.
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