Should you book your New Year holiday now, or see what happens with the ruble? Columnist Chris Weafer explains.
While the new Twitter account may be the extent of BuzzFeed Russia for now, we've put together a bunch of story ideas for the ultimate Russified, Buzzified reading experience.
Belarussian author Svetlana Alexievich has won the Nobel Prize for Literature "for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time."
Growing Turkish anger over Russia's weeklong bombing campaign in Syria appeared Wednesday to be driving a wedge between the two Black Sea neighbors, who enjoy a close economic relationship.
The Russian public's mood is strikingly reminiscent of that found in the papers and memoirs of World War I: both then and now, war is initially an anesthesia that numbs society to its true condition, writes Ivan Sukhov.
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On August 9, 2015, all Singaporeans at home and abroad have an excellent reason to celebrate ľ Singapore's 50th year of independence, or 'SG50' as we fondly refer to the jubilee. As recently as half-a-century ago when our small island-state gained independence, our future was far from certain. Today, Singapore has transformed beyond recognition thanks to the long-sighted policies of our first Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, and his talented team of Ministers, and the hard work and dedication of the first generation of Singaporeans.
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Ten years ago you seemed to wait forever for a seat in the sun. To help you make the best of summer in Russia, we’ve gathered together recommendations for summer dining, frolicking in parks, entertaining your kids and enjoying staycations.