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Russian Federation launches hypersonic missile dubbed as 'ideal weapon' by Putin

Russian Federation launches hypersonic missile dubbed as 'ideal weapon' by Putin

Among the technologies Putin showed off was a robotic torpedo capable of hitting a U.S. port city, but Mattis said that made no difference as Russian Federation already can target USA port cities with missiles. Putin was said to be taking the blood baths several times per year.

"President Putin bizarrely has resorted to the blame game by pointing the finger at Jews and other minorities in his country", ADL chief executive Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. The plane was not shot down.

An All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center poll showed 74 percent of respondents plan on voting in Russia's presidential election on March 18.

None of the candidates are predicted to stand much of a chance against Putin, with the most high-profile opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, banned from taking part in the elections.

Pilots of a Turkish Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737-800, flying from Kharkiv to Istanbul with 110 passengers on board, said the hijackers had a bomb.

Putin told reporter Andrey Kondrashov that he received a telephone call from security officers responsible for the Sochi Olympics.

He arrived at the Olympic venue in Sochi with Olympic officials shortly afterwards, he says.

The Anti-Defamation League on Sunday compared Putin's comment to the anti-Semitic fraud The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, originally written as Russian propaganda.

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A year ago in January, the senior leader was expelled by Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav. The ticket was denied to me in the name of one who dances in film , does roles in films.

This is stated by the head of Russian Federation himself in a documentary.

In the documentary, the president dismisses any notion that Russian Federation could return Crimea to Ukraine.

"What are you talking about? The hijackers demand to land in Sochi", Putin said.

But his remark about Jews, which seemed to suggest that a Russian Jew was not really a Russian, prompted particular outrage among those who remember Russia's centuries-long history of anti-Semitism and Jewish purges.

"Assad could not be in power right now absent Russia's unfortunate veto in the United Nations years ago and the Russians' full-throated military support for Assad", he said.

When asked why Russian Federation wouldn't interfere in U.S. elections, Putin insisted the country neither has the desire nor the means to do it. Putin's denial, however, runs counter to assessments by USA intelligence agencies.

"Honestly speaking, I don't know a single mistake he has made over these years", Sechin said in rare public comments.


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