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Video: Putin building bridge from annexed Crimea to mainland Russia

By France 24
31 March 2017   |   4:50 am
It's been three years since Vladimir Putin signed off on Russia's annexation of Crimea - a unilateral act which landed Moscow with a wave of sanctions from Europe and the United States.

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