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Russia Condemns New US Sanctions as ‘Unlawful’

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The Russian government has criticized the United States for ordering new sanctions against Russia.

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The government said Thursday it has begun working on ways to answer the measures. U.S. officials say the order is meant to answer the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter in Britain.

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The State Department announced the sanctions on Wednesday. The Reuters news agency said they would restrict sensitive national security controlled goods to Russia.

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The announcement said that Russia had broken international law by using a deadly nerve agent against its own nationals.

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Former Russian military intelligence official Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned in the English city of Salisbury in March. British officials said they found evidence the substance used in the attack was Novichok, a nerve gas developed in the Soviet Union during the 1980s.

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Both Skripal and his daughter survived the attack, but spent weeks recovering in the hospital. Britain, the United States and other nations have accused Russia of ordering the poisonings. The Russian government has repeatedly denied any involvement in the attack.

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A Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Thursday the new sanctions represent a fresh attempt to "demonize Russia." She added that "ultimatums against Russia are useless," and noted the government is considering ways to answer the U.S. restrictions.

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A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin called the measures "unfriendly" and "unlawful." The spokesman said the decision goes against a "constructive" process that began when Putin met with U.S. President Donald Trump in Helsinki last month.

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Trump has repeatedly stated his desire to improve relations between the two countries. But he has faced criticism from U.S. lawmakers for not taking a stronger position against reported Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. elections.

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In March, the United States joined European nations in expelling Russian diplomats to answer the poisonings. But U.S. officials had not yet confirmed the use of banned nerve agents in the attack.

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This week, the State Department said Russia had "used chemical or biological weapons in violation of international law or has used lethal chemical or biological weapons against its own nationals."

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British Prime Minister Theresa May welcomed the decision. In a statement, she said the U.S. action sends a clear message to Russia that its "reckless" behavior will not go unanswered.

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announced [ə'naunst]

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宣布的

 
announcement [ə'naunsmənt]

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n. 通知,发表,宣布

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intelligence [in'telidʒəns]

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n. 理解力,智力
n. 情报,情报工作,情报

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involvement [in'vɔlvmənt]

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n. 包含,缠绕,混乱,复杂的情况

 
unfriendly [,ʌn'frendli]

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adj. 不友好的;不利的 adv. 不友善地

 
military ['militəri]

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adj. 军事的
n. 军队

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lethal ['li:θəl]

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adj. 致命的,毁灭性的,有效的
n. 基因

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unlawful ['ʌn'lɔ:ful]

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adj. 非法的,私生的

 
spy [spai]

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n. 间谍,侦探,侦察
vt. 侦探,看到,找

 
confirmed [kən'fə:md]

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adj. 习惯的,积习的,确认过的,证实的 动词conf

 

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