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EU refugee crisis ‘absolutely expected’ – Putin Russian President Vladimir Putin © Evgeny Byatov

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Putin to UN: Export of so-called ‘democratic' revolutions continues globally Russian President Vladimir Putin addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 28, 2015. © Mike Segar

Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro: Venezuelan pinned the blame for the worst refugee crisis to hit Europe since WWII on the United States.He accused the US of flinging the Middle East into a whirlpool of wars thus provoking the current refugee crisis faced by European countries.“It is Europe that has to deal with the disaster caused by the US, because it is Europe that is now taking in thousands of migrants and they don’t know how to cope with this situation,”

Russian fishermen catch monster fish with reptile head and fossilized scales RIA Novosti/Olga Kropova

Washington tells Beijing: ‘Hands off’ Chinese expats wanted for corruption at home U.S. President Barack Obama pats Chinese President Xi Jinping © Kevin Lamarque

Now EU says Putin's OBLITERATION of ISIS will force millions of refugees to flee to Europe

Now EU says Putin's OBLITERATION of ISIS will force millions of refugees to flee to Europe THREE million refugees are set to leave Syria for Europe as Russia continues to bomb Islamic State terrorists, European Union officials have warned. Vladimir Putin and refugees

‘Very hard sell’: Any deal with Iran may face US Congress disapproval Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif (R) listens to questions from journalists as he stands next to Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi (L) and Hossein Fereydoon (2nd L), brother and close aide to President Hassan Rouhani, on the balcony of Palais Coburg, the venue for nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria, July 10, 2015. (Reuters / Leonhard Foeger)

Israeli concerns that Syria would provide advanced weapons to the Lebanese militant movement Hezbollah are exaggerated, considering that the country is fighting for survival, the Russian president told the visiting Israeli prime minister.Benjamin Netanyahu is in Moscow on Monday to discuss the deteriorating security situation in the Middle East and clarify Russia’s position. “Israel and Russia have common goals – to ensure stability in the Middle East,” Netanyahu said.