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The battle against Russia's political opposition is being waged with a bright green liquid that comes in a tiny glass bottle. [Read More]
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Two sisters in Moscow pilfered tens of millions of rubles from their clients' accounts to fund their lavish lifestyle. [Read More]
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The Kremlin's official spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, denies that center-right French presidential candidate Francois Fillon received $50 million for arranging a meeting in June 2015 with... [Read More]
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The Kremlin's official spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, denies that center-right French presidential candidate Francois Fillon received $50 million for arranging a meeting in June 2015 with... [Read More]
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Three years since the annexation of Crimea, Russia's expansionist project has failed. But the West has nothing to congratulate itself on. [Read More]
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The newspaper Vedomosti has a new chief editor: Ilya Bulavinov, who currently heads online broadcasting for the state-run television network Channel One. [Read More]
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Earlier this month, a lecturer at a university in Krasnoyarsk says he was forced to resign because he showed his students a new investigative film... [Read More]
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28 may 2017The Jewish Museum and the Encyclopedia of the Russian Avant-garde present the sequel of the major exhibition project curated by Andrey Sarabyanov; it is the unique... [Read More]
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As expected, Ukraine's National Security Service has formally banned Yulia Samoylova, Russia's representative for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, from traveling to Kyiv. [Read More]
Police have launched a second bribery investigation against former Kirov Governor Nikita Belykh, who's now in jail awaiting trial. [Read More]
Six more combatants allegedly belonging to the secretive and illegal 'Wagner Group' died in Syria this year while fighting on behalf of Russia's Defense Ministry,... [Read More]
Paul Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, received $10 million per annum as part of a contract in 2006 to promote the Putin administration's interests inside... [Read More]
Russian officials have now fully embraced "fake news" as a means of deflecting any criticism, following a long tradition of settling for the lowest common... [Read More]
The latest poll by the independent pollster Levada Center has revealed that Russians are divided on what constitutes Russia's historical starting point. [Read More]
At least one lawmaker is taking opposition leader Alexei Navalny's investigation of an alleged corruption ring masterminded by the prime minster seriously. [Read More]
The accident occurred while Grokhov was trying to lift a bathtub into the attic. He has reportedly been hospitalized in critical condition. [Read More]
Mitya Borisov, the restaurateur best known for the now ubiquitous chains Jean-Jacques and John Donne, has gone sharply left-field with his new venture Proliv, which... [Read More]
A banking crisis has exposed Russia's murky financial sector and made Tatarstan the unlikely setting for political protest. [Read More]
It's pure charity, totally free, and many of the people getting the bread are regularly mad as hell about the whole thing. [Read More]
A Moscow military court sentenced Khasan Zakaev to 19 years in prison March 20 for his role in the 2002 Moscow hostage crisis at the... [Read More]
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