Red faces in Red Square
A state-of-the-art Russian tank which was shown to the public for the first time earlier this month has ground to a halt during the final World War II Victory Day rehearsal.
The tank, T-14 Armata, is said to surpass all Western versions because of its remotely controlled cannon and the protection it offers its crew. As the massive parade moved across Moscow's Red Square, one of the tanks suddenly stopped while others drove on. Attempts to tow it failed, but it got moving itself again after about 15 minutes.