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Despite the pandemic (and a bad reputation for a distinctly Russian grimace), it’s not all sad faces in Moscow at the end of 2021.
Archaeologists have just completed digging through layers of cultural strata in the middle of the Kremlin, unearthing some interesting finds they totally forgot were down there.
“I also don’t know that they would be able to work in the President’s administration. I do not think there is a division in the administration that deals with sports nutrition.”
News items on an Oscar contender, a respected doctor, renovation of Tula, and a Kremlin dig.
The little-known fates of the wives of Ivan the Terrible's son.
The All-Russia People’s Front, an organization founded by Russian President Vladimir Putin, apparently counts teenagers as part of all Russian people.
Among “the Terrible’s” unfortunate wives, Maria Temryukovna, his second, is an interesting case.
We have a trio of uplifting stories this week: a Russian rapper freed, a Russian beauty turned royalty, and a literal (and strange) military lift.
Beachgoers bathe in potable sludge, Russians weigh in on replacements for sanctioned food, and the Kremlin revamps funerals. Plus, Putin goes fishing.
Investigations: the state of Russian cosmonautics, what happens to prohibited fruit, and when mourners aren't really mourning. Plus, sneaking pickles into space.
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