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Are people leaving villages because of their embarrassing names, or because there are no services?
A courageous teacher, fired for anti-war views, shares the words that many are thinking but few dare say.
As Faulkner put it, “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” A truth experienced in this remote village.
How the situation in Russia looks from a village in the very remote and very Far East.
Thousands of endangered birds and other animals have been poisoned with an illegal pesticide in Stavropol Krai.
A mother in a remote village grapples with past, present, and future losses to war.
In this week's Odder News: under-the-radar pets, dangerous tomfoolery, and a pregnant lady's trek through the mountains.
As if COVID hadn't forced enough kids to learn from home, the prospect of wolf attacks are doing the same thing in the Ugra region.
In which we visit a rather unique store in the Karelian village of Vedlozero. Which of course is far more than a store.
The only things in the village more important than the post office are the store that carries bread and the walk-in clinic. But when you come right down to it, the post office really is the bigger deal.
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