Russia celebrates WWII victory over Nazis

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    Russia on Sunday celebrated the anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany in World War II with a parade that saw military hardware roll through the streets of Moscow. CGTN’s correspondent Julia Chapman has more from there. #Russia

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