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In Russia, mascots only get better. Imagine a child cracking a smile not JUST for a man bungling in a hot costume, but for a role model who looks like a beloved teatime treat…
Russian air travel has changed radically over the past two decades. While there are still grave security concerns, there has been a boom in aircraft and airport construction, with positive impacts for travelers into and within the country.
A policeman had a bright idea for how to use his money to help his native village.
With a bucket of paint and a dream, this Russian pensioner did what city officials wouldn't, but she may have had to cross a line to do it.
The Moscow City Duma is proposing safety regulations that will help prevent Muscovites from scootering into peril.
Grilled meat on a stick and fire safety have never been good friends, but Russian officials are trying to change that relationship.
There are a lot of really wonderful dogs in Russia, but this life-saving cutie has been named the best of all.
This week is full of surprises: Moscow schools train future journalists; cars branch out into new materials; and vodka exports decline, which is maybe less surprising than you'd think.
A batch of cherniki was found to contain high levels of dangerous radiation.
Is Russia a dangerous, expensive, complicated place to travel to? Is it full of mafia, alcoholics, communists and poverty? Sounds like it's time to debunk some myths about travel to modern Russia.
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