Russia’s Putin in charge at 60, but facing threats

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File photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin arriving at an awards ceremony for Russia's Olympians in Moscow's KremlinMOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin turns 60 on Sunday, his grip on power weaker than in the past but under little immediate threat if the oil price stays high. Adoring supporters will celebrate in cities from Siberia to Rostov-on-Don in southern Russia, where the ruling party's loyal Young Guard will unfurl a banner on a bridge which they say symbolizes Putin's role by uniting Asia and Europe. Opponents will make their feelings known much closer to home, protesting near Moscow's Red Square under the banner: "We're sending the old man into retirement". …