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For the first time since 2016, and the first time since the momentous constitutional changes of 2020 allowing President Putin to run for two more presidential terms, Russia has elected a new parliament.
People often ask me what lies ahead for Russia. This question always surprises me. It suggests that people think historians are part prophet, as if knowing a lot about the past means you can predict the future.
"The App Store portal: who regulates it? Artificial intelligence, people from Mars?”
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?
News items on everything from the ISS to politics, from banyas to a new train station.
It might come as no surprise that a king of YouTube is not immune to a video scandal or two – but when journalists, government officials and members of parliament are involved…?
All charges against a group of snowmen, embroiled in a recent controversy, have been dropped.
“Our city is famous now, maybe they’ll make some roads.”
– A resident of Pokrov, the village near the penal colony where Navalny has been transferred to serve the two years and eight months of his sentence.
New models attempt to put an end to all Dyatlov Pass conspiracies for all eternity... but do they have a chance of succeeding?
“…there was no direct violation of the law. Yes, individual people went out with flashlights. Fine. Maybe someone was in love. There was someone, maybe, who was protesting something. Someone was there just for company, not understanding the need to light a flashlight. But most importantly, they didn’t break the law. And so everything was calm.”
– Dmitriy Peskov spreading the love to Moscow activists on Valentine’s Day 2021.
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