(Reuters)
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Hundreds urged to wash clothes after U.K. nerve agent attack
England's chief medical officer on March 11 advised anyone who had gone to the restaurant or pub in Salisbury around the time they were visited by a former Russian spy and his daughter, before they were found unconscious, to wash and clean their possessions.
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