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August 29, 2012

Russian tourism ad showcases ballistic missiles, nuclear warheads

     Sydney: On visiting Russia , one could see stunning sights such as beautiful cathedrals, riverbanks and nuclear warheads, according to a new advertisement by Russian airline Aeroflot. In their bid to entice tourists to Moscow , the ad depicts a melodious scene. However, upon closer inspection a convoy of military trucks carrying intercontinental ballistic missiles can be spotted. The poster, which was designed to promote the airline's flights from Brussels to Moscow , popped up around the Belgian capital's train stations. "You can't miss it, the missiles are blatantly and obviously there. You see people walking by, doing a double take," The Herald Sun quoted a commuter, as saying to a UK newspaper. Russia also showed off its tanks and weapons this year at the annual World War II victory parade.
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