Friday Photo: Putin is just like us!

In which FP channels US Weekly: Picture taken August 13, 2007 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin fishing in the headwaters of the Yenisei River of the Russian Tuva republic on the border of Mongolia. Putin and Prince Albert II of Monaco are touring the area. (AFP PHOTO/RIA NOVOSTI/KREMLIN POOL/DMITRY ASTAKHOV)

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In which FP channels US Weekly:

Picture taken August 13, 2007 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin fishing in the headwaters of the Yenisei River of the Russian Tuva republic on the border of Mongolia. Putin and Prince Albert II of Monaco are touring the area. (AFP PHOTO/RIA NOVOSTI/KREMLIN POOL/DMITRY ASTAKHOV)

In which FP channels US Weekly:

Picture taken August 13, 2007 shows Russian President Vladimir Putin fishing in the headwaters of the Yenisei River of the Russian Tuva republic on the border of Mongolia. Putin and Prince Albert II of Monaco are touring the area. (AFP PHOTO/RIA NOVOSTI/KREMLIN POOL/DMITRY ASTAKHOV)

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