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senior state ministers GS Bali and Thakur Kaul Singh, captures the personality and behavior of the bird or animal. banks could partner with the USPS on a public option,S.C. the equation is simple: "If Romney wins South Carolina I think the game’s over This is the last stand for many candidates" He noted that three candidates are pursuing the evangelical vote "very strongly and without any question that works to the Romney campaign’s benefit It’s hard to find a single candidate that rallies all of the Christian voters in South Carolina and therefore that splintered approach will probably have a major impact" in the primary Huntsman campaign officials said the candidate will withdraw from the race and endorse Romney at an event in South Carolina The campaign officials spoke on condition of anonymity because Huntsman plans to make the official announcement Monday The former Utah governor placed third in last week’s New Hampshire primary despite devoting most of his campaign resources to the state He had already acknowledged that expectations for him in South Carolina’s primary this week will be "very low" Word of the Huntsman withdrawal came on the same day The State South Carolina’s largest newspaper endorsed him for president Romney took a rare day off from campaigning while his opponents focused on the South Carolina coast Ron Paul returned to the state Sunday after spending three days at home and off the trail The Texas congressman whose libertarian message propelled him into second place behind Romney in New Hampshire attended a rally in Myrtle Beach where he picked up the endorsement of a state senator popular with tea party members At the Cathedral of Praise in North Charleston Gingrich was cheered by church members as he criticized activist judges who he said had made "anti-American" rulings to keep God out of schools Santorum spoke at the same church Saturday At a prayer breakfast in Myrtle Beach Perry appealed to religious conservatives to back his candidacy "Who will see the job of president as that of faithful servant to the American people and the God who created us" Perry said "I hope each of you will peer into your heart and look for that individual with the record and the values that represent your heart" The candidates faced a packed week of campaign events and nationally televised debates Monday and Thursday No Republican has won the party’s presidential nomination without carrying South Carolina Santorum battled Romney to a virtual tie in Iowa before falling to fifth place in New Hampshire Gingrich and Perry fared poorly in both states All three have the backing of well-financed independent groups known as super political action committees that can help keep their candidacies afloat Santorum refused to suggest anyone should drop out of the race as a way to consolidate conservative support behind an anti-Romney candidate But he said Republicans would have a hard time beating President Barack Obama in November if Romney were the nominee Santorum cited Romney’s push for mandatory insurance coverage in Massachusetts Gingrich and Perry used television interviews to focus on Romney’s former leadership of the Bain Capital venture capital firm Both defended raising questions about Bain’s business practices saying Romney’s tenure would come under relentless assault from Democrats in the general election Gingrich Graham and Scott appeared on NBC’s "Meet the Press" while Santorum spoke on "Fox News Sunday" and Perry was interviewed on CNN’s "State of the Union"Prime Minister Theresa May said the suspects were likely Russian military intelligence officersMay told Parliament on Wednesday: "Based on a body of intelligence the government has concluded that the two individuals are officers from the Russian military intelligence service also known as the GRU""This was not a rogue operation" she said "It was almost certainly also approved outside of the GRU at a senior level of the Russian state"The two men named as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov were charged with the attempted murder of Sergei Skripal and his adult daughter Yulia Skripal The elder Skripal served as a Russian military intelligence officer who later switched sides and acted as a double-agent serving the BritishPolice suspect that the Skripals were poisoned at the front door of their home in Salisbury a quiet tourist town in the southern English countrysideThere has been intense international interest in the case – and universal condemnation that Russia would deploy a outlawed nerve agentThe two Russians were also charged with the attempted murder of Nick Bailey a British police officer who also fell ill from the nerve agent as he aided in the Skripal investigation in its earliest hours All three have since recovered"Today marks the most significant moment so far in what has been one of the most complex and intensive investigations we have undertaken in counterterrorism policing" said Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu Scotland Yard’s counterterrorism chiefPolice released a series of photographs and video stills of the men as recorded on Britain’s extensive closed-circuit television camera system The two suspects probably traveled under aliases police saidWeeks after the Skripal attack another couple were poisoned in a town just north of Salisbury A British national named Charlie Rowley had found what appeared to be a bottle of perfume and gave it to his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess She later died in a hospital from exposure to the same nerve agent that afflicted the Skripals Rowley was sickened but subsequently recoveredPolice released images of the perfume bottle which turned out to contain Novichok a military-grade nerve agent produced by the former Soviet Union The dispenser was a counterfeit Nina Ricci perfume bottle with a modified nozzleThe police appealed to the public to come forward with any information about the suspects or the perfume bottle"We have now linked the attack on the Skripals and the events in Amesbury which affected Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley" Basu the counterterrorism chief told a news conference "It now forms one investigation We do not believe Dawn and Charlie were deliberately targeted but became victims as a result of the recklessness in which such a toxic nerve agent was disposed"Police appealed for "worldwide" help in continuing the investigation They released a detailed timeline of the movements of the two suspects and asked residents in Salisbury if they had seen the menBasu outlined the men’s movements during their weekend in England He said they arrived at London’s Gatwick airport on Friday March 2 and stayed at a hotel in east London where traces of Novichok were later foundOn Saturday March 3 they traveled to Salisbury for "reconnaissance" returning again the following day Basu said That was when "we believe they contaminated the front door with Novichok" Basu said referring to the Skripals’ houseOn Sunday evening March 4 they boarded a plane at London’s Heathrow airport and returned to Moscow"We have no evidence that they have reentered the UK after that date" Basu said adding that public health officials do not believe there is any risk to people who were on the same flights or trains as the two suspectsThat same day March 4 the Skripals were found slumped on a park bench in Salisbury Yulia Skripal 33 was unconscious Sergei Skripal 66 appeared to be hallucinating First responders first suspected a drug overdose but later at the hospital doctors suspected poisoning Britain’s military research laboratory confirmed that the poison was a Soviet-era nerve agent"It is clearly in the public interest to charge Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov" Sue Hemming the Crown Prosecution Service’s director of legal services said in a statementHemming said Britain would not apply to Russia to extradite the men because the country’s constitution does not allow the extradition of Russian nationalsBut Hemming said Britain has obtained a European arrest warrant for Petrov and BoshirovIn Moscow Russian authorities were dismissiveKremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Interfax news agency: "From the very beginning Russia has been ready to cooperate with Scotland Yard in the Skripal investigation but was met with either refusal or silence""The names just like the photos published in the media tell us nothing" said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova according to Interfax"Again we are calling on the UK to move away from public accusations and informational manipulations and toward practical cooperation between law enforcement agencies" she saidThe names of the two men "Alexander Petrov" and "Ruslan Boshirov" are "John Smith" equivalents in Russia and Russian Muslim areas and are assumed to be aliases analysts in Moscow said"We believe this is a provocation" Alexander Shulgin Russia’s permanent representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons told state television on Wednesday"We said right away that Russia had nothing to do with the Salisbury incident" Shulgin said—This article was written by Karla Adam? 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