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Putin to skip BRICS summit in South Africa amid threat of arrest

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Vladimir Putin, who is under an international arrest warrant, will not attend a BRICS nations summit in South Africa next month, the country's presidency said on Wednesday, ending months of speculation over whether the Russian President would show up.

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