The It Gets Better Project, a U.S.-based organization that works to support LGBT young people dealing with emotional problems, is spreading its campaign to gay youth in Russia.
Russia's top brass are not immune from the same problems faced by ordinary Russians, it turns out, after the president and prime minister admitted to having rusty tap water from time to time.
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The Moscow Times
Real estate magnates Zarakh Iliyev and God Nisanov have bought the vast Lotus City shopping mall being built on the outskirts of Moscow.
If Russian theater is a mirror of Russian society — and most any Russian theater artist will tell you that is true — then Russia is in turmoil.