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Everyone's favorite yearly tundra jubilee has been postponed, perhaps until April.
In this week's Odder News: Putin's smartphone habits, Russian homophones make a headache for the police, and a coronavirus serenade.
A Siberian city looks to beautify itself with an excessive amount of flowers.
In this week's Odder News, regions work on ethnic villages, presidents get songs written about them, and coronavirus countermeasures take a surprising twist.
It always hurts when death comes. Particularly when it is sudden and all too early.
Snowboarder and filmmaker Igor Popelyukh was enjoying himself off-piste at Sheregesh Ski Resort in Kemerovo Region when a large grouse got seriously pissed off.
Defense against walruses, shamans and climate change
In the public mind, Russian forests have always been an unlimited resource. Not any longer.
An excerpt from Benson Bobrick’s new book, a memoir of his life and work as a writer.
Known as “Russia’s Tibet,” the Altai region is vast, unpeopled, and brimming with energy centers.
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