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Russian combatants occupying Melitopol, Ukraine, have fallen ill after eating poisoned cherries.
The chairman of the African Union has announced a trip to Kyiv to discuss the world food crisis caused by the invasion.
4.5 million tons of grain cannot exported from Ukrainian ports.
As the ruble continues to inflate and goods disappear, the Kremlin urges citizens not to panic buy.
Police search for perpetrator guilty of killing an entire herd of horses in a deadly rivalry between farmers.
In which, after not a small bureaucratic scuffle, a thirteen-year-old boy receives the gift from Putin that we all are really hoping for this Christmas: a brand new cow.
A shawarma shop accidentally delves into urban agriculture, much to the delight of city residents.
Russia is pushing ahead with a new drive to populate the country’s remote and unpopular fringes. Starting this year, Russians can claim a hectare (about 2.5 acres) of land in the Arctic zone – absolutely free.
This creative conservation project benefits both the endangered snow leopards in the Altai region and local farmers and their livestock.
Where we explore Russia’s oenophilic intentions and vine-driven tourism, rooted in the hills of Krasnodar Krai.
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