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This week's Odder News, we cover everything from mummies to hogs, from cussing to bows and arrows. Oh, and skyscraper jumping...
The final shots of the First World War (“The War to End All Wars”) were fired on November 11, 1918. In Russia, this event went largely unnoticed.
Suing Putin (not over the protests) and selling a babushka's jam.
Snakes, shashlik, secret Soviet structures, students: just a few things you can find on Russky Island.
Rocker tweens meet robots meet revelers in a very silly lead-up to Christmas week.
The weather in Russia this week was chilly with a hint of thaw, at least regarding science and political relations.
In 1992, a famous American dancer visited the formerly closed seaport of Vladivostok. Then everything blew up.
After a deadly tsunami hit Japan in 2011, followed by the nuclear tragedy in Fukushima, the port of Vladivostok received a number of radioactive cars. Two years later, radioactive car parts are still arriving in Russia. Outrageously, Russian customs authorities have had to detain and send back to Japan over 930 radioactive cars since 2011.
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