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11. Help for Grooms, Swimmers are Doomed, and a Prisoner's Rooms

This week we have grants for bride-stealing, anthropomorphic cakes, prisoners (and guards) walking on glass, and important advice for your next trip to Chelyabinsk.

 

Tags: bars, Chelyabinsk, prison, law, food, chechnya, environment, health
12. Like a Drive-Thru, But Not

A Russian man has been arrested for selling alcohol out of his apartment window.

Tags: police, coronavirus, law, alcohol
13. "He Loved Freedom and Russia"

The extraordinary life of the advocate Lev Kupernik.

Tags: judaism, ukraine, jews, pogroms, law
14. Crime Pays

A Russian woman makes 2 million euros through illicit means.

Tags: government, law, money, prison, crime
15. Should the Duma Broadcast in the Bathroom? Funny You Should Ask.

“I noticed that there are places here, shall we say, for contemplation.” said a Duma deputy, referring to… the bathroom. He continued: “And when important issues are being discussed, they should broadcast it there.”

Tags: humor, law, duma
16. What Seems to Be the Problem, Officer?

Moscow police have finally arrested a traffic-ticket fugitive.

Tags: law, police, cars
17. Domestic Violence Debate Turns Ugly

Discussion in Russia about domestic violence has gotten more serious over the past few years, and a showdown seems to be on the horizon.

Tags: duma, law, domestic violence
18. A Brief History of Political Insults

News of Russian courts punishing people for what they write or comment online is no longer anything out of the ordinary.

Tags: law, anti-terrorist laws, politics
19. Steppes Ahead

The idea of separate and competing government powers may have found its first expression in a constitution composed in 1710, in Ukraine.

Tags: constitution, law, ukraine
20. Oleg Sentsov: Immutable FAQs.

Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov is on the 15th day of a hunger strike in a northern-Siberian prison. Anton Dolin explains how Sentsov's case is a sad miscarriage of justice, and what one can or cannot do about it.

Tags: Ukraine, dissent, law, political prisoners
By Anton Dolin

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