A giant Russian President Vladimir Putin billboard reading "Good that you came. Happy Birthday" set up by a group of an unknown movement on a building, which faces the Kremlin , is seen in downtown Moscow early Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012. Vladimir Putin turns 60-years old on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, and has recently sought to demonstrate his youthful vigor by many personal endeavors, but while he has shown creativity in his action-man stunts, the Russian president seems surprisingly vulnerable to the vagaries of oil prices. AP Photo/Ridus.ru, Anton Belitsky)

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A giant Russian President Vladimir Putin billboard reading "Good that you came. Happy Birthday" set up by a group of an unknown movement on a building, which faces the Kremlin , is seen in downtown Moscow early Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012. Vladimir Putin turns 60-years old on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, and has recently sought to demonstrate his youthful vigor by many personal endeavors, but while he has shown creativity in his action-man stunts, the Russian president seems surprisingly vulnerable to the vagaries of oil prices. AP Photo/Ridus.ru, Anton Belitsky)
A giant Russian President Vladimir Putin billboard reading "Good that you came. Happy Birthday" set up by a group of an unknown movement on a building, which faces the Kremlin , is seen in downtown Moscow early Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012. Vladimir Putin turns 60-years old on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012, and has recently sought to demonstrate his youthful vigor by many personal endeavors, but while he has shown creativity in his action-man stunts, the Russian president seems surprisingly vulnerable to the vagaries of oil prices. AP Photo/Ridus.ru, Anton Belitsky)
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