Kremlin spokesman denies reports on Russian president’s serious illness
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct.29
Kremlin Spokesman Dmitry Peskov Oct.29 denied western reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin is allegedly suffering from pancreatic cancer, RIA Novosti said.
"Bite your tongue! Everything's fine," Peskov said in response to Putin's supposed illness.
The New York Post published a story in which they claimed the Russian president was suffering from cancer, citing some unnamed source.
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