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Emboldened Russia celebrates Victory Day

As his armies advance into Ukraine, Vladimir Putin on Thursday marked Victory Day, the commemoration of World War II that is Russia’s most important holiday, with a particularly harsh speech, accusing the West of ” “hypocrisy and lies” and inciting global conflicts, and warning that Russian nuclear weapons are still ready for use war.

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