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Historic wooden buildings in Tomsk are under threat.
Public transportation in Moscow is getting an electric facelift, but one trolleybus line will remain, in homage to this mode of transportation.
The musical group is facing a 12 million ruble lawsuit for plagiarism.
A herd of camels, released by an 83-year-old pensioner, is wreaking havoc in Astrakhan region.
One of Russia’s beloved comedians wrote a song about quarantine, and performed it in an unusual manner.
"Because of the coronavirus, I voiced the idea of considering the possibility of not conducting the Unified State Exam this year…”
- Oleg Smolin, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Education and Science
“Should I stock up on buckwheat?”
– Headline of an interview with Mikhail Delyagin, Director of the Institute for Globalization
A former lawyer saves 233 lives, and a guy finds hell in Yaroslavl. Also, your next delivery guy might deliver on horseback.
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