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Row over Moscow's Stalin World War II poster campaign


Controversy has erupted in Moscow over plans to put posters of Stalin up in the city to commemorate the end of World War II.

The capital's mayor says the campaign should recognise Stalin's huge impact on Russian history, and not erase from memory the brutal dictator.

James Rodgers reports.


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