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As residents of Arhangelsk were unable to use the tap, one city worker made the best of a bad situation.
Russia’s crackdown on internet freedoms reached a fever pitch this spring as the government attempted to slow Twitter traffic in response to the microblogging platform’s alleged refusal to delete banned content.
Online photos of Moscow tourists on Petersburg landmarks have residents stewing.
Grab your glowsticks: the Moscow region city of Khimki is lit! And unlit... and then lit again.
A Russian nine-year-old is in the spotlight for inspiring a new stuffed animal for Ikea.
“Well f*** your mother, they positioned it like a monkey!”
– Crimean Minister of Culture Arina Novoselskaya, forgetting to turn off her microphone while on a video call with other Crimean leaders.
A Russian gamer was forced to forfeit a cash prize of $16,000 after his dad turned off the internet.
Russia's solution to social media profanity? Cossacks, of course!
Now you, too, can experience the glamor of Putin's Black Sea palace without the pricetag in the digital worlds of Minecraft.
“Everything is ready for it technologically. All decisions have also been made at the legislative level, but (…) it is not easy, and it is really not desired. I still, frankly speaking, do not see any signs of this happening, because, for obvious reasons, it is a double-edged weapon.”
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