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This week, boats take to land; dogs get the recognition they deserve; and human bones are found in an unlikely place.
How one sparsely-populated region in Russia's Far East became a hotbed of protests in 2020.
What unites Khabarovsk and Minsk?
“Are all these really mercenaries? // In Moscow, their voices are heard already! // The column went more and more powerfully. // They do not ask or pray, // They want the will to reach // All the ears of the people. // And there is no task to borrow, // No, it’s not their roof that is sliding. // ‘We are not stupid, we are not stupid!’ // Ah, those who don't want to hear them.”
– Sergei Shnurov, leader of the band Leningrad, and a politician and producer, who used a poem on Instagram to announce his arrival in Khabarovsk to check out the protests occuring there in response to the arrest of governor Sergei Furgal
Rocker tweens meet robots meet revelers in a very silly lead-up to Christmas week.
World Cup picks, elections, and fraudulent activity all point to the same lesson this week: make your choices wisely.
Timur Zarudny takes us to Khabarovsk, the second largest city in the Russian Far East.
Or, whatever the Russian version of margaritas, mariachis, and misunderstood military history might involve.
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