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Imitation is the highest form of flattery, especially when it comes to one's name on a ballot.
A new village police station, unveiled with much pomp, occupies what appears to be a repurposed corrugated metal shed.
After sixty years of going by another name, New York, Ukraine, is back in action.
In America, people go to country clubs to escape from the drudgery they bear. In Russia, bears escape from country clubs.
The position of mayor in the Far East town of Magadan is apparently so undesirable that no one wants the job.
This week, puddles get the spotlight, weapons become instruments, and the life of a sausage tycoon ends abruptly at the business end of a crossbow.
This week, officials make outrageous demands, maps cost a man his job, and science meets geopolitics.
This week, astronauts find some relief, citizens share their shame, and the dangers of sugar may finally be made public.
A Lenin statue in Russia's Far East temporarily sported a new 'do.
Moscow's metro stations rise to the occasion of coronavirus.
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