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In Russia, you'll often encounter homes that look properly ancient. And while they're every bit as uncomfortable as you'd think, many of these buildings aren't... [Read More]
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The world marks the 31st anniversary of the world's worst nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl power plant. [Read More]
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As the frost and snowfall of Moscow's lingering winter become a distant memory, make the most of the May 1 holiday and the following weekend,... [Read More]
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Russia is becoming increasingly isolated—not only politically and economically, but culturally and morally too. [Read More]
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The Russian newspaper Kommersant says presidents Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko continue to speak on the phone, though both leaders regularly trade harsh accusations in... [Read More]
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Locals in Remezovo complain that the countryside is littered with cow corpses, and stray dogs are dragging pieces of dead cattle all over town. [Read More]
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Russia's Great Patriotic War comes alive in colorized photos from the front line. [Read More]
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Natalia Fyodorova, a local activist for the opposition Yabloko party, was hospitalized after an assailant threw an 'unidentified chemical substance' in her face. [Read More]
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"I might be an idiot, but I'm definitely not an extremist." [Read More]
Kieran Haren, IT teacher and chairperson of the Moscow Shamrocks Gaelic football team, talks about promoting Ireland's national sport and surviving Moscow as a parent. [Read More]
The other day I tried to trot out an expression using the words говорить (to speak), так (so) and не (not), and got completely balled... [Read More]
Vladimir Putin says the government is watching the creeping appreciation of the ruble closely, but has ruled out the possibility of returning to a fixed... [Read More]
A group of unknown men in the southern Russian city of Stavropol threw green ink in Russian blogger's Ilya Varlamov's face twice in one day. [Read More]
"American journalist" Greg Vainer is actually Gregory Vinnikov, a St. Petersburg entrepreneur who reportedly scammed Russian-Americans out of millions of dollars. [Read More]
A pensioner in Irkutsk gives her unsalted opinion on what's troubling Russia. [Read More]
It's better to be a journalist in Uganda than in Russia, according to the latest World Press Freedom Index. [Read More]
A corruption investigation and a sluggish economy have not left Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev untouched — almost half of those questioned in a new... [Read More]
Ingushetia, a landlocked republic in the North Caucasus region of Russia, doesn't want any image of Joseph Stalin within its borders. [Read More]
A group allegedly tied to the terrorist organization al-Qaida has claimed responsibility for the subway bombing that rocked the St. Petersburg subway earlier this month. [Read More]
Four of the nonprofit foundations recently singled out as pieces in Dmitry Medvedev's "secret empire" suddenly disclosed their financial records this week. [Read More]
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