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This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
In which cats prove to be dangerous creatures (as if we didn't know that).
This week we have a little bit of everything: new cars, freshly-paved streets, and, of course, plenty of coronavirus.
Moscow police have finally arrested a traffic-ticket fugitive.
Russian priests in Sverdlovsk Oblast are upset that they could start seeing local license plates numbered 666, a number often associated with Satan.
In this week's Odder News: a forgetful traveler, spaceman transport, and the seal of approval.
Presidents eating ice cream, kids reporting toy theft to police… summer is almost over, thank Allah.
Russian Orthodox Christmas has come and gone, leaving us with all sorts of holiday lunacy.
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)!
July 14, 1896, is celebrated as the birthday of the Russian automobile – on this day, the first Russian-built motorcar with an internal combustion engine was introduced to the public at the Arts Exhibition in Nizhni Novgorod.
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