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Putin sends a mixed message on US election, hedging his bets

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 8 October 2020
Putin sends a mixed message on US election, hedging his betsRussian President Vladimir Putin today decried what he called former Vice-President Joe Biden's "sharp anti-Russian rhetoric" but praised the Democratic presidential nominee's comments on arms control.In his first detailed statements...
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