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Why is Putin still blaming Ukraine for the Moscow terror attack?

6 April 2024

2:15 AM

6 April 2024

2:15 AM

In the fortnight since four Isis gunmen stormed Crocus City Hall in the Moscow suburbs, Vladimir Putin has done his best to dodge as much of the blame as possible. Speaking at a trade convention in Moscow on Thursday, Russia’s president once again reiterated the implication that Ukraine, and not the Islamist terror group, was responsible for the atrocity.

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