Putin makes rare public comment about who’s to blame for attacks

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Putin makes rare public comment about who's to blame for attacks

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CNN’s Will Ripley reports from Kyiv, Ukraine, on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s comments at a reception after an awards ceremony for ‘Heroes of Russia,’ in the Kremlin. #CNN #News

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