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Russian authorities have found a new way to boost the country’s sluggish economic growth while also solving the shortage of construction workers: prison labor.
These competitors will gladly dig their own graves, but only if it means victory.
Siberia is surrounded by stereotypes, but there's more to it than exile and cold. It has amazing forests, pine nuts and delicious bird cherry cake.
Traditional Yakut meals get a second chance thanks to local museum. Tuyara, museum employee and part of the program to bring back these recipes, shares her story.
Putin headed to Siberia for a snowy, sheepskin-clad spring break with Sergei Shoigu.
With abnormally cold weather in Yakutsk, Russian TV news channels have been promoting the city's Kingdom of Permafrost and annual ice sculpture competition.
Russians are taking advantage of sub-zero temperatures to participate in the frozen Ramen challenge.
A dairy farmer in Russia's coldest village has found a way to keep his cow's udders warm in the dead of winter.
Historic wooden buildings in Tomsk are under threat.
This week, Lada outdoes itself; emergency services fall short; and cows (and men) finally get the appreciation they're due.
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