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Putin sparks more health rumours during Victory Day parade | OneIndia News

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Putin sparks more health rumours during Victory Day parade | OneIndia News

Putin sparks more health rumours during Victory Day parade | OneIndia News

Russian President Vladimir Putin has sparked rumours about his health yet again by covering his legs with a blanket at Victory Day celebrations.

Putin was seen with his legs draped in a thick green cover in the photos and videos of the Victory Day celebrations as he sat among Second World War veterans and senior dignitaries to watch a military parade in Moscow's Red Square.

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