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U.S. blames Russia for unrest in Ukraine

Washington - The United States accused Russia on Tuesday of fomenting unrest in eastern Ukraine, possibly as a prelude to invasion of its neighbor.
In the Media by Nathan Salant - 2 comments

Russia warns use of force could tip Ukraine into civil war

Moscow - Russia on Tuesday warned Kiev that any use of force in Ukraine's east, where pro-Kremlin militants have seized government buildings in several cities, could tip the country into civil war.
In the Media by AFP

Protesters declare pro-Moscow republic in eastern Ukraine

Anti-government protesters in eastern Ukraine took over the regional assembly building in Donetsk, declared a republic independent of Kiev and begged Russia for military support.
In the Media by Nathan Salant - 4 comments

50,000 rally in Moscow against Crimea intervention

Moscow - Around 50,000 people marched through central Moscow on Saturday in protest at Russia's intervention in Ukraine, a day before the Crimean peninsula votes on switching to Kremlin rule.Waving Ukrainian and Russian flags and adopting the chants of Ukraine'...
In the Media by Huw Griffith, Anna Malpas (AFP)

50,000 rally in Moscow against Crimea action: AFP estimate

Moscow - Around 50,000 people rallied Saturday in central Moscow in protest at Russia's intervention in Ukraine, a day before the Crimean peninsula is expected to vote on switching to Kremlin rule, an AFP team estimated.Many of the protesters adopted the chants...
In the Media by AFP

Photo Essay: Riding the Russian train Special

Moscow - If you travel to Russia, you must ride the Russian train from Moscow to Samara. It's inexpensive, friendly, and full of surprises.
Digital Journal Report by Lonna Lisa Williams - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Moscow tells Louis Vuitton to pack his suitcase and move

While art may be in the eye of the beholder, when it is so huge and well, big and brown, it may be looked on as an eyesore. And for many Muscovites, the suitcase sitting in Red Square, so close to Lenin's Tomb, is nothing less than a sacrilege.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 3 comments

Anti-doping lab for Sochi Winter Olympics may lose accreditation

With less than three months before the start of the Sochi Winter Olympics, Russia's only World Anti-doping Agency approved laboratory could lose its accreditation because of unacceptable test results during a routine evaluation process.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Video: Free ticket to ride on the Moscow metro for squats

Moscow - The Moscow metro in Russia has come up with a novel way to get the public fitter. They are offering free single-trip tickets to passengers who can perform 30 squats in front of the machine.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 1 comment

Edward Snowden receives coveted 2013 Sam Adams Award (video)

Moscow - Edward Snowden, NSA Whistleblower, has received the Sam Adams Award for 'Integrity in Intelligence' in Moscow from a group of fellow whistleblowers. The group is interviewed on the video. Snowden's father is also in town visiting his son.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments
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