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Op-Ed: Night of the Russians

Donetsk - It could be the newest horror movie. Vodka-swilling Russian wannabes steal bodies from a commercial jet they shot down. But this is real.
In the Media by Robert Weller

Smile! Russians learn hospitality before Sochi Games

Sochi - To some throughout the world and in Russia, smiling may come naturally, but as the Winter Olympics approach, Sochi hotel managers are receiving crash courses in how to accomplish the simple task.
In the Media by Mike White

DNA tests show Russian 'yeti' to be American bear

A "yeti" that was reportedly sighted on several occasions in the Mount Shoria region of southern Russia has been determined through DNA tests to be an American bear that probably escaped from a circus.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Russians encouraged to buy Greek products

A Russian agency has launched a nationwide "Help Greece" campaign, encouraging Russians to buy Greek produce, holiday in Greece and even snap up houses at low prices, in an effort to help the beleaguered Greek economy.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 1 comment

Americans May Be More Depressed Than Russians

Are Americans more depressed than Russians? Yes. According to a new University of Michigan study, Russians are less likely to be depressed than Americans
In the Media by Oscar Brooks - 5 comments

Holy Relic Ad Angers Russians

The Russian Orthodox Church has expressed indignation at an attempt to sell a skull and bone allegedly belonging to Saint Philip.
In the Media by Tar De Moutonnoir - 2 comments

Russians heading to the UK to probe Litvinenko death

Russia will send a team of investigators to Britain to probe the poisoning death of a former KGB agent.
In the Media by Critical_Conformity - 2 comments

Russian Engineers Present The First Tourist Space Shuttle

MOSCOW (voa) - Russian engineers and U.S. businessmen have unveiled a full-sized model of the first space shuttle designed exclusively for tourism. Would-be-astronauts will be able to experience three minutes of zero gravity at the edge of space du...
In the Media by Digital Journal Staff

Russian Scientists Jittery As Spy Cases Flourish

MOSCOW (dpa) - Russia's scientists have a problem: they can't live on miserable monthly wages of 50 dollars they get at state institutes - but the spare-time research for foreign firms that they do in order to survive is landing an increasing number of...
In the Media by Nick Allen

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Traders in Soviet-Era images are common -- probably from Russia. Note an American flag on a t-shirt.
Traders in Soviet-Era images are common -- probably from Russia. Note an American flag on a t-shirt.
Plaque telling the reason for the monument to Wallenberg
Plaque telling the reason for the monument to Wallenberg

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