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A century-old wrecked icebreaker was just found north of Russia.
A dying Soviet "monotown" in the Arctic is saved by cryptocurrency mining and online pie stores.
Work in the mines, play on the slopes. This is the life of some sun-starved youth in the Arctic. Oh, and they also ski/snowboard off buildings.
It’s plain sailing for the Russian Federation along the Northern Sea Route, thanks to melting ice caps.
This week, we've got brand-new guns, poachers from an unlikely place, and the frozen north gets an internet connection.
News from around Russia, on everything from bicycles to Bunin, from mystery graves to trolleybuses.
Defense against walruses, shamans and climate change
In which we share some of Russia's big monuments (and moments) – from ice battles to DNA in stone and steel.
On June 21, 1900, an intrepid explorer set off to find a mysterious Arctic island. He was never to be seen again.
Both science and religion shed (northern) light on the Aurora Borealis.
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