Nuclear missiles have rolled through Moscow's Red Square in a chilling warning to the West as dictator Vladimir Putin prepares for his annual Victory Day parade on Monday.
The warring president will hope to celebrate a triumph in Ukraine at the annual celebration, which marks Russia's victory over Nazi Germany in World War Two, raising fears of increased attacks on the war-torn country over this weekend.
The thermonuclear RS-24 Yars ballistic missile - which experts believe can can carry up to 10 warheads - was seen taking pride and joy as it was driven past rows of armed guards on a 16-wheeler vehicle during rehearsals on Saturday.
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