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Russian President Putin oversees Russian nuclear test drills from Moscow


The upper house of the Russian parliament has voted to rescind Russia's signing of a 1996 international nuclear test ban treaty. The treaty was never ratified by the US, China, India, Pakistan, North Korea, Israel, Iran or Egypt.

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