United Nations’ António Guterres hits back at Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats while one Russia minister storms out of meeting

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been called out at a United Nations general assembly overnight following his fresh nuclear threats this week.

In a televised address, he accused the West of engaging in “nuclear blackmail” and repeated suggestions Western nations wanted to “weaken and destroy” his country.

The dictator also ordered a partial military mobilisation, the first since World War II, which has led to thousands of Russians fleeing over the border fearing they would be forced to fight in the Ukrainian war that is into its seventh month.

“If the territorial integrity of our country…

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