VLADIMIR PUTIN has threatened to aim Russian missiles at Europe once again if the U.S.
presses ahead with its plans to build a missile defence shield near his borders.
The Russian president said his country was willing to make the move, even though it risked restarting the Cold War with the U.S.
Washington claims its shield is designed to protect against possible attacks from 'rogue states' such as Iran and North Korea.
But Mr Putin poured scorn on the explanation.
'There are no Iranian missiles with the necessary range,' he said. 'So it becomes obvious that this innovation is about us Russians.' Russia has not expressly targeted its missiles at …