Putin hopes Boston prompts closer US, Russia anti-terror work

MOSCOW (AFP) - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday expressed hope that the Boston bombing tragedy would result in closer cooperation between Moscow and Washington in the fight against terror.

"I urge that this tragedy pushes us closer to one another in stopping shared threats," Mr Putin said during his live televised call-in session in Moscow, saying Russia was also a victim of "international terrorism".

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