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Putin’s 20 Years in Charge and What Could Be His Biggest Test Yet

Now Playing 6/30/2020 9:42AM      During more than 20 years in power, Vladimir Putin has faced a number of challenges while pushing to expand Russia’s influence. But the coronavirus pandemic might be the biggest test to his leadership yet, as he moves to possibly extend his presidency until 2036. Photo: Getty Images Up Next Editor Picks…

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