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A Russian woman makes 2 million euros through illicit means.
Psychic cats and patented tools are priceless. Hot dogs cost 39 rubles.
Russian women: give birth in Syrian prisons, drive metro trains, make news (and borsch), and welcome children home from the dead.
Sorry, Bulgakov – the devil didn’t come to Moscow this time, but prizes and panties did.
Other assorted items from around the Russian world.
Defending gay rights, yoga, recycling, and a stress-free childhood. Yes, in Russia.
Convicts carve up the Kremlin, an assassin wins a prize, and governors drop like flies. Actually, that all sounds a lot worse than what happened. Find out for yourself.
Patriotic tectonic plates, the threat of airborne Internet, a possible return to the Gulag, and some problems without solutions.
Under Stalin, a poem could mean life or death. For many poets, it was a one-way ticket to the Gulag. Today, poems can be a means to face cultural memories of arrests in the night, forced labor, and the silence demanded of people fearing those fates.
Sergey Udaltsov, a leftist protest leader currently under house arrest pending investigation of his alleged planning of the May 6, 2012 Bolotnaya Square riots exemplifies the popular saying: “out of sight, out of mind.” Yet he is not alone in his plight...
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