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Putin fresh health concerns as he's seen 'limping' across room for Russian war games

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Vladimir Putin's health after the dictator was seen "limping" across a room for Russian war games.Speculation that he could be suffering from undisclosed health issues have been reignited after his latest public appearance showed him walking with a limp during a military exercise.As he watched a string of military exercises in the country yesterday (Tuesday, September 6), the Russian leader, 69, was seen moving awkwardly.READ MORE: Desperate Russia 'recruiting volunteers from mental health unit' to fight in UkraineOne clip from the scene showed him appearing to walk with a slight "limp" across a command post, with a step down before a row of chairs appearing to give him a moment's pause.

It follows months of public discussion about the President's alleged health problems since his invasion of Ukraine in February, with some sources in Russia reporting that he has Parkinson's disease and cancer.

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