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One Russian city is taking moonshine off the streets by offering a trade: groceries in exchange for booze.
Somebody’s got a sweet tooth in Tyumen, where they deputy head of Russia’s Federal Penitentiary Service has accepted forbidden fruit in exchange for the right to supply other sweet ingredients.
A village in Bashkortostan has opened a new gazebo as a gathering place for the community, and photos certainly make it look welcoming.
On this, Vladimir Putin's 69th birthday, we are reminded that even authoritarian leaders are softies for good dogs. Maybe especially so?
The new head of Yekaterinburg's youth commission is perhaps a little older than one might expect.
In Chelyabinsk, for the first time, an agricultural enterprise is under legal heat for the mass killing of bees.
The St. Petersburg city government has threatened to prevent traditional celebrations of VDV Day by turning off its fountains. Such grinches.
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.
St. Petersburg's Grand Maket Rossiya presents a droll and humorous self-reflection of Russian life.
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