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Fall starts on a harmonious note, Putin’s meeting with the Saudis — not so much. Also, happy birthday to vodka!
In which we share some of Russia's big monuments (and moments) – from ice battles to DNA in stone and steel.
This week’s “criminals”: politicians with dead souls, chocolate Robin Hoods, kid-conductors, and a woman who just wants to go home.
Ticks are good, good grades are bad, and please, don’t drink the water.
Both science and religion shed (northern) light on the Aurora Borealis.
One hundred and sixty years ago, the inventor Alexander Popov was born. In 1895, he created the first radio receiver. Or did he?
Time got a little bit wibbly-wobbly and timey-wimey as Russia traveled to the future, to the past, and back to the present (and all in one week)!
A round-up of some of the latest news from Russia.
Thirty years ago tomorrow, the Mir Space Station was launched. It was a technological wonder of its time.
What do radio, television, the periodic table, and helicopters have in common? Russians were involved in developing all of them – and more!
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