Putin promises "complete extermination" of terrorists

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that his country would be "resolute and persistent" in the fight against terrorists.

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  1. Is Putin trying to be funny or has lost it? There are 10-15 times more Muslims in the world than Russians.
    (Avni, 1 January 2014 21:59)

    there is nothing that a few nukes cannot solve
    (Miloš Obilić, 3 January 2014 17:07)

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  2. Is Putin trying to be funny or has lost it? There are 10-15 times more Muslims in the world than Russians.
    (Avni, 1 January 2014 21:59)
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    Are you saying they are all terrorists?
    (Peggy, 2 January 2014 03:21)

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  3. Is Putin trying to be funny or has lost it? There are 10-15 times more Muslims in the world than Russians.
    (Avni, 1 January 2014 21:59)

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  4. Zivio Putin. March on! God bless mother Russia!
    (Pete K., 1 January 2014 06:02)

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  5. Unfortunately he does not have the ability to guarantee the complete extermination of terrorists.

    His talk of "complete extermination" lacks full credibility. It sounds a little bit stupid - a bit like Bush when he spoke of his so-called "war on terror".
    (Bob, 1 January 2014 05:23)

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  6. That is the right mindset!

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    Putin promises "complete extermination" of terrorists

    Comment - better late than never !-

    Arn.Sweden.
    (Arn.Sweden., 31 December 2013 19:42)

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