Syria, N Korea feature in annual Putin press conference

President Putin has given his annual live press conference where he discussed a number of issues including the war in Syria, North Korea's nuclear missiles, and his hopes for the upcoming presidential elections.


    Russia's President Vladimir Putin has given his annual live press conference in Moscow on Thursday.

    He spoke about domestic and foreign issues, including the war in Syria and the threat of North Korea's nuclear missile system, as well as his ambitions ahead of Russia's presidential elections in March.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports from Moscow.


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