PressTV-Putin's dance with Austria's FM draws criticism
Russian President Vladimir Putin danced arm in arm with Austria's Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl at her wedding on Saturday, August 18.
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France Prešeren
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PressTV-Putin's dance with Austria's FM draws criticism
Russian President Vladimir Putin danced arm in arm with Austria's Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl at her wedding on Saturday, August 18.
Rast
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Joseph Unger
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