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This week: Soviet-relic bunkers burst forth with new life; Soviet-relic vehicles get new life; and Soviet-relic apartments crack under the pressures of life.
Was it aliens? Secret nuclear testing? Bigfoot? The Russian Prosecutor-General's office claims to have solved one of Soviet Russia's most perplexing mysteries.
This year's Victory Day parade was a sight to behold— and we might be seeing its effects for the next 16 years.
This week's we feature a smattering of things that are somewhere they shouldn't be, including drugs, tanks, mammoths, kids, and (of course) Lenin.
This week we have grants for bride-stealing, anthropomorphic cakes, prisoners (and guards) walking on glass, and important advice for your next trip to Chelyabinsk.
A Russian man has been arrested for selling alcohol out of his apartment window.
The extraordinary life of the advocate Lev Kupernik.
A Russian woman makes 2 million euros through illicit means.
“I noticed that there are places here, shall we say, for contemplation.” said a Duma deputy, referring to… the bathroom. He continued: “And when important issues are being discussed, they should broadcast it there.”
Moscow police have finally arrested a traffic-ticket fugitive.
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