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This week: soccer games return, cultural events go online, and an 11-year-old girl makes us all look like pansies.
Despite a quarantine, Russians still managed to join together to celebrate Victory Day (from their balconies).
A Siberian village names a well after a Soviet hero.
This project is free, there is no monetization in it… I don’t know what will be ahead, but it doesn’t interest me now. ‘Stoyanov in isolation’ is a way of emotional and professional survival."
– Russian actor Yuri Stoyanov, on his new YouTube show “Stoyanov in Isolation"
A grassroots campaign to remember the WWII fallen goes south.
This week inventiveness takes on coronavirus, men need red meat, and Victory Day is the pandemic's latest casualty.
30 restored T-34 tanks have arrived in Moscow and now await Victory Day.
If Russia has its way, NATO training would be postponed. Not because of coronavirus, but to preserve the memory of the dead of World War II.
Victory Day meant full streets but empty skies. A hollow chess piece hides more than its next move. And a day in the life of an Arctic doctor.
Victory Day, marking the 71st anniversary of the end of WWII, was celebrated this Monday. Here are the ups, downs, and nonsequiturs of the occasion.
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