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NATO erects intimidating new Iron Curtain against Russia as Putin's aggression grows

Joe Biden is sending thousands more troops to Europe to help NATO form a new Iron Curtain designed to protect other countries from a Russian invasion.Speaking at the NATO summit in Madrid, Biden also vowed to send fighter jets, air defences and ships to a new military base in Poland, with US soldiers being also deployed in Romania, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – other nations deemed vulnerable to a Vladimir Putin attack following his invasion of Ukraine.Finland and Sweden, meanwhile, were formally invited to join the NATO alliance at the meeting with Turkey dropping their opposition to the body's expansion.READ MORE: Adult star's 'mysterious' death after she's discovered tied to a tree naked in forestIn addition, NATO has pledged to boost troop numbers by 4,000 on the critical eastern flank of the alliance, while the organisation's high-alert force – consisting of soldiers who have not been deployed but would be immediately ready for battle should war across Europe break out – has been increased from 40,000 to 300,000.

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'First human to live past 150 years has already been born', claim age-stopping scientists
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Putin to leave safety of Russia for first time since Ukraine war and failed assassination
Vladimir Putin is set to venture out of Russia for the first time since he ordered Russian troops into Ukraine and managed to avoid an assassination attempt on his life.Ever since Putin launched an invasion of Ukraine back In February of this year, he hasn’t ventured out of the safety of Russia.But today reports claim that the Russian president will travel to two small former Soviet states in Central Asia shortly.READ MORE: US Army vet returning to Ukraine calls Russians 'clowns' over £40k bounty on his headThousands of people have died as a result of the war, with millions of families displaced, and Putin's actions have had serious financial implications on the Western world - including the rising fuel prices.Pavel Zarubin, the Kremlin correspondent of the Rossiya 1 state television station, said Putin would visit Tajikistan and Turkmenistan and then meet Indonesian President Joko Widodo for talks in Moscow.In Dushanbe, Putin will meet Tajik President Imomali Rakhmon, a close Russian ally and the longest-serving ruler of a former Soviet state. In Ashgabat, he will attend a summit of Caspian nations as reported by Reuters.The trips are planned for June 30 and July 1 where Putin will meet Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, RIA news agency cited.
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