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This week: Putin cracks down on smartphones, some things go online that probably shouldn't, and new coronavirus advice seeks to preserve the peace (and health).
Moscow's metro stations rise to the occasion of coronavirus.
For a few Muscovites, Christmas came early, in the form of free Metro rides.
Russians may not celebrate Thanksgiving, but we can still be thankful for Russia
Russia is a little out of touch with reality this week: gates lead to nowhere, cows get VR, and bankers think the economy is like Harry Potter.
Defense against walruses, shamans and climate change
Russian women: give birth in Syrian prisons, drive metro trains, make news (and borsch), and welcome children home from the dead.
Tough time learning Russian? It’s not just you. Russians themselves frequently struggle to determine what is “correct.”
A not-quite lake makes a splash, zombies on public transit, and problems memorializing history's tragedies. But on the bright side, shirtless men and hippos.
It's been a rough week in Russia, with the metro bombing in St. Petersburg, the disappearance of gay men, and the death of Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Luckily, lasers are kinda neat.
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