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Russia Inaugurates Vladimir Putin Third Time

Calling for a "single, united" nation, Vladimir Putin has begun his third term as Russia's president—a term set to make him Russia's longest-serving leader since Stalin. Following protests yesterday, Putin was sworn in at the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow in a $664,000 ceremony. In a brief speech,...
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