After nerve agent attack, UK city tries to woo back visitors
Clip: 02/12/2019 | 8m 10s
It has been almost a year since Kremlin intelligence officers attempted to kill a Russian defector in the British city of Salisbury by poisoning him with a nerve agent. That attack, and the subsequent death of a British woman, scared away tourists and shoppers, but authorities and residents are working to get the town’s economy back on track. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
Aired: 02/12/19Video has closed captioning.
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