'Putin is not allergic to blood', Garry Kasparov says

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Putin has already done everything that Western observers had previously said he wouldn't dare and if he's still in power in five years, the world is in deep trouble, according to Russian opposition figure Garry Kasparov.
Garry Kasparov
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