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The French embassy in Moscow received a package from Crimea with bones inside. The sender was a dead Italian producer.
In which we unpack what Putin had to say about Ukraine while in France and what it's got to do with a punk band and a folk ditty.
In this issue's language insert, we look at French words that have made their way into Russian. (Link to article downloads PDF of the page.)
On Vladimir Nabokov’s little known hiatus as a farm hand.
This year marks the 235th anniversary of the birth of Antonin Carême, a French chef who left his mark on Russian cuisine in the form of the dessert known in Russia as sharlotka and everywhere else as charlotte Russe.
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