Arts and Life
Mothers & Daughters
Arts and Life
Articles with tag "Sochi"
Russian Passenger Plane Slips Off Runway in Sochi Injuring 18
The state-run RIA news agency said one Sochi airport staff member died during the clean-up operations.
Eight Foreigners Reportedly Killed in Sochi Fire
According to preliminary data, eight hired workers from [post-Soviet] countries were killed.
A Short History of Sochi
Sochi has long been the domestic holiday spot of choice for Russians, and with its breathtaking scenery you’ll soon see why.
Q&A Meet Tatyana Strakhova
A local view of Sochi.
Inside Stalin’s Sochi Villa
Don’t miss stalin’s holiday villa in sochi, whose star began to rise back in soviet times.
Sochi: Gifts from the Gateway to the Caucasus
The best gifts to bring home from Sochi.
The Official Sochi Survival Guide
What you need to know to get by in Sochi.
Life's a Beach and then there's Pie
The 5 best places in Sochi to watch the World Cup.
6 of Sochi's Hidden Treasures
Craving something a little more off the beaten track? Here are some hidden treasures that only the locals know about.
Kremlin Promises Not to Boycott Olympics Ahead of IOC Ruling
Some Russian officials have proposed boycotting the Olympic Games if the country’s team was not allowed to compete under the Russian flag
Russia Still Tops Sochi Table Despite Losing Medals to Doping, Says Kremlin
Norway, Canada and the United States topped Russia in the medal table this month after 9 medals were stripped from the host country because of doping.
What It’s Like to Be a Russian Athlete Today (Op-ed)
Russian track-and-field still has a future. But big changes take time
Probe Into Russian Military Plane Crash Delayed
An investigation will not be completed until late this year
Sochi Ski Resort Construction Threatens Clean Water Supply
The expansion of ski resorts near Sochi has increased the danger of landslides and could cut off clean water to 100,000 people, environmentalists warn
Russia to Face Further Sanctions For Doping at Sochi Olympics, Says IOC Head
IOC Chief Thomas Bach told The New York Times that the organization would take action despite new anti-doping measures introduced by President Putin.
6 of Sochi's Must-See Sights
All the spots you don't want to miss in Russia’s favorite coastal resort.
Russia Turns to Old Security Toolbox for World Cup
A new order by Putin calls for increased searches, stricter residency rules and restrictions on protest before, during, and after two major sporting events...
Russian Military Pilot in Fatal Black Sea Crash Was in 'Full Control of Plane' — Reports
The pilot in charge of the Russian military aircraft which crashed into the Black Sea in December deliberately put the aircraft into a controlled descent...
Putin Pardons Russian Woman Charged for 'Treasonous' Text Messages
President Vladimir Putin has pardoned a Russian women convicted of high treason in 2015 for sending two text messages to a friend living in Georgia.
Russian Orthodox Resort Helps Pilgrims' Progress to Sochi
An Orthodox resort for pilgrims and tourists has opened near the southern Russian city of Sochi, the city administration press service announced Tuesday...
View more articles