Tula, Russia: Army on the Move

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In Tula, a half-million people city which is close to Moscow, people today have seen the army on the move, going right thru their city. People took photographs and basically didn’t have any explanation for why there was an army on the march in the middle of the day. It was reported that around sixty army vehicles have crossed the city.

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7 thoughts on “Tula, Russia: Army on the Move”

  1. Those volkswagen and fotd could just be Russian manufactured vehicles and names. Be totally independent from godless creatures then you also have NO problems.

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