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There are 15 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Crimea".

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1. Aeroflot, Achilles, and Alushta

In this week's Odder News, a noble Hermitage cat predicts the UEFA tournament in St. Petersburg, new rules for flying with pets, and Russia's three biggest problems.

Tags: mikhail boyarsky, railway, railroad, Crimea, black sea, soccer, hermitage cats, hermitage
2. Beastly Benefits

When the show can no longer go on, animal members of the Russian State Circus will now be given the opportunity to retire in style in Crimea.

Tags: pensions, Crimea, tigers, animals, circus, zoo
3. It Happens to All of Us

“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.

Tags: Internet, coronavirus, Crimea
4. #TBT Yalta Conference

Tuesday was 75th anniversary of the start of the Yalta Conference, the first step in rebuilding the post-War world.

Tags: Crimea, wwii, stalin
5. Baggage Bros, Covert Crimea, and Brezhnev's Crimes

Brezhnev’s traffic ticket goes on sale, Crimea shows up in Astrakhan, and a man gives an all for his cat.

Tags: Kamchatka, astrakhan, Brezhnev, Crimea, aeroflot, cats, cat
By Tiffany Zhu
6. A Legal Message in a Bottle

Suing Putin (not over the protests) and selling a babushka's jam.

Tags: bears, Pushkin, Yekaterinburg, putin, Crimea, Vladivostok, navy, protest
7. Lake Koyashskoye

On the eastern tip of Crimea is a mysterious, salty lake. We take you there.

Tags: travel, Black Sea, Ukraine, Crimea
8. You Be the Judge

There is never a shortage of political-cultural land mines on which to trod when one’s brief is to cover all things Russian.

Tags: Robeson, racism, Crimea
9. Russian Fairy Tales of Royalty and Rappers

We have a trio of uplifting stories this week: a Russian rapper freed, a Russian beauty turned royalty, and a literal (and strange) military lift.

Tags: Crimea, ukraine, krasnodar, kremlin
By Irina Bukharin
10. Liquor machines and lullaby missiles

Patriotic tectonic plates, the threat of airborne Internet, a possible return to the Gulag, and some problems without solutions.  

Tags: Russia, Crimea, drones, Internet, prison, Gulag, justice
By Alice E.M. Underwood

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