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Late January 2022 marks 125 years since the first thorough count of the Russian Empire’s population was begun in 1897. What was the significance of this endeavor, how was it carried out, and what were its results?
Second-class travelers on Russian trains may soon be required to take turns with their neighbors to use their compartment's table.
A deputy from Russia’s Rostov Region, who lives in a home with décor that rivals a tsar’s, is suspected of making some of his money stealing from poor kids. Oh my.
Russian national energy company Rosneft has begun a project to create a database of genomes of Russians, which is definitely something a state-held corporation should be doing.
Russia's ministry of transportation has created a set of rules and regulations for electric scooters.
One Russian city is taking moonshine off the streets by offering a trade: groceries in exchange for booze.
Somebody’s got a sweet tooth in Tyumen, where they deputy head of Russia’s Federal Penitentiary Service has accepted forbidden fruit in exchange for the right to supply other sweet ingredients.
A village in Bashkortostan has opened a new gazebo as a gathering place for the community, and photos certainly make it look welcoming.
On this, Vladimir Putin's 69th birthday, we are reminded that even authoritarian leaders are softies for good dogs. Maybe especially so?
The new head of Yekaterinburg's youth commission is perhaps a little older than one might expect.
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