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(Moscow Times) People have joked about a yoga ban in Russia ever since a West Siberian city flirted with the idea in July 2015, when several studios in town received letters from the... [Read More]
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Warm, candlelit Christmas liturgies meet the empty, fogged streets of sub-zero Moscow. [Read More]
America's case against the Kremlin suffers from major flaws that should be acknowledged, even by those who argue that Russia hacked U.S. democratic institutions, says Kevin Rothrock. [Read More]
As Muscovites express their lament for record freezing temperatures in the capital, Siberians are amused. [Read More]
After completing their mission in Syria, Russia's naval battlegroup in the Mediterranean Sea prepares to head home, with the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov being first to go. [Read More]
Police are investigating a video posted online that depicts a man firing several rounds from a Kalashnikov assault rifle in central Moscow. [Read More]
The Russian Air Force is set to receive five new fighter jets in 2017 as part of plans to modernize Russia's military forces. Five Sukhoi T-50 jets will join Russia's fleet alongside more... [Read More]
Authorities in the Krasnoyarsk region have opened a criminal investigation into the deaths for four people allegedly poisoned by alcohol, the Interfax news agency reported on Friday. [Read More]
Just before New Year's, on Dec. 23, Kids Learning Tube published an infectious music video about the 85 federal subjects of the Russian Federation. [Read More]
The U.S. dollar's value fell to less than 60 rubles for the first time since 2015, good news for Russia's ailing currency... [Read More]
Don't blame the pilots for the crash, says the security services' Kaliningrad branch. It's the West's fault. [Read More]
Marcel Lazar Lahel, a hacker who claims to have broken into Hillary Clinton's emails, criticizes U.S cyber warfare accusations against Russia... [Read More]
A passenger plane nearly collided with an unknown aircraft on the Russian far east coast — and security services are suggesting it was a NATO military jet. [Read More]
Moscow has declared a storm warning, with predictions of up to 9 millimeters of snow — 20 percent of the monthly average — falling in the next 24 hours. [Read More]
Moscow is pushing back against harsh criticism by C.I.A. Director John Brennan, who told PBS in an interview this Tuesday that Russia has pursued a "scorched-earth policy" in Syria. [Read More]
British banking journal The Banker names Russia's Elvira Nabiullina as the best performing European Central Bank Chairman in 2017... [Read More]
Police in Krasnodar have identified the man who fired an automatic weapon from his apartment window on New Year's, as the city's fireworks exploded overhead. [Read More]
Confusion and paralysis took hold following a minor plane crash in Kaliningrad, say reports. The airport didn't even have the tools necessary to remove the plane from the runway. [Read More]
State-controlled oil giant Rosneft's tumultuous privatization saga concludes with Glencore and the Qatar Fund closing the deal and Intesa Sanpaolo bank providing financing. [Read More]
An artist in northern Siberia marked 2017 in a unique way — by unveiling a giant rooster made of frozen manure. [Read More]
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