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What Putin’s body language may tell us – and why the Russian leader could now be at his ‘deadliest’, according to an expert

Vladimir Putin’s address during Russia’s Victory Day commemorations was the focus of widespread speculation in advance – and arguably the most intensely scrutinised since he ordered the invasion of Ukraine.

The Russian leader delivered a more measured speech than expected at the event to mark the country’s role in defeating Nazi Germany, confounding predictions he could officially declare war, announce mass mobilisation of his reserves or issue nuclear threats.
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