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The French embassy in Moscow received a package from Crimea with bones inside. The sender was a dead Italian producer.
Hackers intercepted radio stations in Crimea and played the Ukrainian national anthem, followed by the words, "Crimea will return home."
The Kerch Strait Bridge, a symbol of Russian unity, was hit and damaged by a blast.
Crimean wedding-goers were arrested and fined after playing a patriotic Ukrainian song at their reception.
Since the annexation of Crimea in 2015, Russian authorities have been targeting Crimean Tatar activists.
New material recognizing two Russia-friendly separatist regions in eastern Ukraine will soon be taught in Russian high schools.
Passenger rail between Crimea and the mainland could restart within months.
A comparison of Russia's invasion of Crimea in 2014 vs. the invasion of all of Ukraine in 2022 (written two weeks prior to the invasion)
An illustrated history that draws parallels between a potential invasion of Ukraine today and Catherine the Great’s occupation and annexation of Crimea in the late 1700s.
In this week's Odder News, don't drink and drive your tractor, ticket-taking grandmothers are surprisingly entertaining, and the Russians win the new space race by a hair.
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