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Operation Barbarossa: Steinmeier lays wreath in Berlin, Putin ‘proud’ of Red Army

The Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union began exactly 80 years ago, costing millions of lives. President Frank-Walter Steinmeier has paid homage in Berlin, while Vladimir Putin wrote an editorial in a German newspaper.

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