Russian camels are on their way to pushing bears off the list of the most popular animals on the RuNet after two videos featuring the desert denizens went viral this week.
A spasm of street violence has driven home how hard it is going to be for Ukrainian President President Petro Poroshenko to rally national support behind an internationally-brokered deal to bring peace to the east of his country.
Archival photos of Japanese POWs working at Soviet labor camps have been released by independent Dozhd television station to mark the Sept. 2 anniversary of the end of World War II.
The Moscow Times spoke with the chairman of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Commission on Pseudoscience and Research Fraud, Evgeny Alexandrov, about the increase of pseudoscience in Russia.
Russia needs to create its own Asia-Pacific hub to store, process and trade seafood and fish, Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev said on Thursday.
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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.