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A United Russia legislator pretended to be in Vologda but was actually in Dubai. A picture with Ksenia Shoigu gave him away.
The United Russia party has developed a code of conduct for deputies when they are interacting with media.
The State Duma began reviewing a new law that would restrict the use of foreign loan words in official Russian communications.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claims that Russia remains "open for talks" with Ukraine and other interested nations.
Putin opened a new highway in Yekaterinburg Oblast, remotely.
Due to scheduling conflicts, Putin was not able to attend Gorbachev's funeral.
A working group of the Russian State Duma has compiled a list of cultural figures who have denounced the war in Ukraine. They can either "repent" or quit their jobs.
Performers from both the United States and Ukraine are invited to participate in a circus festival in St. Petersburg this fall.
Russia's international economic isolation continues as Chinese telecoms giant Huawei moves to leave the country.
Today is International Women's Day, which traces its roots to 1917, when Russian women demanded "bread and peace." Four days later the tsar was forced to abdicate and the provisional government granted women the right to vote. What's going on today in Russia?
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