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Putin Says Russia Has Weapons the US Doesn't, So Trump Should Extend Nuclear Treaty One Year

Upworthy Friday, 16 October 2020 ()
Russian President Vladimir Putin said "it would be extremely sad" if New START, the last remaining nuclear arms treaty between Moscow...
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