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1. (NOT) Morgenshtern

A burgeoning new (joke) media company is founded by none other than Russia's top rapper, Morgenshtern.

Tags: journalism, social media, independent media, humor, news, morgenshtern, rap
2. The New Year's Fairytale Nobody Asked For

A little girl from Moscow just asked for a robotic toy dog, but instead, she got a rather unusual tale from one of Russia's head political leaders. 

Tags: fairy tales, new year's eve, New Year, politics, humor, toys, gifts
3. Putin's Pooches

On this, Vladimir Putin's 69th birthday, we are reminded that even authoritarian leaders are softies for good dogs. Maybe especially so?

Tags: humor, politics, government, dogs, putin
4. A Corgi Coronation

The third annual Corgi Ball took place outside Moscow, and yes, it was just as cute as it sounds like it would be. 

Tags: humor, creative, corgi, cute, Moscow, dog, dogs
5. Bring Out the Chainsaw!

As policy dictates, election staff must now dispose of unused ballots in Russia's State Duma elections – and you’ll find that some have been cutting corners. Chainsaw, anyone?

Tags: humor, state duma, federal assembly, duma, ballots, election
6. What's in a Name?

Yandex.Maps has completed a surprising study of all the places in Russia, and they even figured out how to get from the Moon to Mars. 

Tags: alphabet, travel, Internet, humor, village, towns, cities, yandex
7. A Real Hot Rod

Who needs headlights when you have flamethrowers instead? This Russian mechanic decided to find out. 

Tags: zhiguli, fire, humor, technology, cars, krasnodar
8. No Scaredy-Cats Here

Cats and bears are (arguably) Russia's two favorite national animals. What would happen if the two animals were to come head to head? Apparently, not much. 

Tags: humor, yakutsk, video, bear, cat
9. Boozy Raccoon

Trash-panda no more, this raccoon has developed a hankering for fine wine. 

Tags: wine, humor, crime, krasnodar, alcohol, animals, raccoons
10. Zelyonka: It Ain't Easy Being Green

Brilliant Green Dye or "Zelyonka," as it is known in Russia, has been a popular antiseptic and mild chemical weapon in the country for years. How is it possible for one thing to have two such varied uses? 

Tags: Customs, humor, politics, navalny, medicine

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