In March 1944, when the first Soviet liberator set foot on the grounds of Pechora — a Nazi death camp in Ukraine — 6-year-old survivor Aron Zusman locked eyes with the newcomer's German shepherd.
City Hall's new offensive against street kiosks this year will refresh Moscow's image, but strain the city's budget and push the last remaining small-time retail entrepreneurs out of business, kiosk owners said Monday.
Russian-backed rebels pushed forward Monday with a new offensive that has brought all-out war back to eastern Ukraine after a five-month ceasefire.
The most popular first names in Moscow over the past century and those currently gaining in popularity reveal an inverse dynamic, with several pre-revolutionary favorites making a strong comeback.
Russia's resort town of Sochi, host of the 2014 Winter Olympics, has broken into the world's top 20 ski resorts by price growth for high end residences, according to a recent study by real estate agency Knight Frank.
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Moscow Times Guides
Premium-class hotels, restaurants, nightlife, spas, fitness, and city festivals — this new issue of the Lifestyle Guide proudly presents the best spots in Moscow in 2015.
The 'CEO of the Year Russia 2014' awards come at just the right time. They celebrate the achievements of the best CEOs. They are a lesson in the possible, a benchmark to aspire to and something to be proud of.