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There are 39 item(s) tagged with the keyword "law".

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1. Alphabet Bans

The Ukrainian government is banning two Latin letters used by Russian invasion forces.

Tags: government, law, war in ukraine, Ukraine
2. Refusing to Kill

12 Russian soldiers were fired for refusing to fight in Ukraine. Now, they are trying to get their jobs back.

Tags: meduza, lawyer, law, soldiers, war in ukraine
3. There's a Visa For That

Is Russia is looking to streamline its 30+ types of visas by potentially adding four more?

Tags: visas, travel, government, immigration, law
4. Copperfield? I Hardly Know Her!

“Usually, to put money on a card, you need an ATM; with magicians, everything is much simpler: just rub a coin and it becomes invisible.”

– Eugene, at Nevyansk prison, as he shows off a magic trick.
Tags: law, Urals, prison, magic
5. Marriage is No Laughing Matter

The Rostov Oblast puts new limitations on the behavior of wedding-goers.

Tags: law, rostov, government, weddings
6. Neater, Braver, Smarter, Stronger

Ever wonder about the ideal police officer every Russian citizen dreams of? Look no further!

Tags: crime, law, neural network, holiday, ideal, police day, police
7. Bribes Aren't Funny

Roskomnadzor seems to have a funny bone to pick with the Sverdlovsk government publication Oblastnaya Gazeta, blocking their website in delayed reaction to a questionable text.

Tags: blocked, ban, law, bribes, satire, Yekaterinburg, roskomnadzor
8. Bee the Change

In Chelyabinsk, for the first time, an agricultural enterprise is under legal heat for the mass killing of bees.

Tags: government, law, environment, animals, Chelyabinsk
9. Sinfully Good Burgers

A Russian woman is suing McDonald's for producing advertising so effective she gave up on Lent.

Tags: law, food, maslenitsa, lent, Orthodox Church
10. Leaving the Mark of Marriage at the Altar

A move to allow Russians to choose whether their marriage status will be included in their passports has met with traditional backlash. What was that about a ball and chain, now?

Tags: autonomy, individual rights, law, passport, marriage

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