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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.
In Chelyabinsk, for the first time, an agricultural enterprise is under legal heat for the mass killing of bees.
A Russian woman is suing McDonald's for producing advertising so effective she gave up on Lent.
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?
News of Britney Spears’s recent appearance in court has crossed the globe, and a well-meaning group of supporters in Russia have taken offense at her plight.
In Moscow, three thieves plot to pull off the perfect crime, except they forget the most important thing.
A court case in the city of Perm unveils a story combining three quintessentially Soviet things: bathhouses, religious oppression, and an (extremely) intrusive surveillance state.
Russian authorities are planning to make laws that computers can understand and, by extension, adjudicate.
Looking for work? Moscow authorities have posted an opening for a police sniper on the aptly-named HeadHunter.ru.
Evidently, sick burns can get you into trouble in Russian legal court— even if they are delivered in a dead language.
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