President Vladimir Putin on Saturday led a huge commemorative WWII march through Red Square, clutching a portrait of his father who fought in the war.
Putin unexpectedly joined a massive column of some 250,000 Russians who carried portraits of their relatives in a Kremlin-backed campaign dubbed the "Immortal Regiment."
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