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Russians Are Incapable of Escaping This Slippery Ice Prison
Russians digging themselves holes and then getting stuck in them.
Russian Blogger Dives Under Ice in Frozen Lake, Reports Feeling 'Refreshed'
“What can be better than... breathing in the frosty air so that the snot freezes in your nose?” the blogger asks.
Giant Icicles Threaten and Dazzle Russia, in Photos
Here are some of the most spectacular, terrifying and beautiful ice formations this season.
Moscow Hit by Freak Snowstorm, in Photos
While some stayed home, many of Moscow's residents came out to play.
Russian Official Fired for Forcing Teachers to Clear Snow in Freezing Weather
The official reportedly ordered teachers to work outside in temperatures of minus 20 degrees Celsius.
Powerful Earthquake Strikes off Russia's Far East, No Tsunami Threat
A major earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck off Russia's sparsely populated Far East on Thursday.
Moscow Winters Are Becoming Warmer Due to Climate Change, Top Meteorologist Says
The month of January in Moscow grew warmer by more than 2 degrees Celsius between 1981 and 2010.
In Siberia, When it Snows, it Storms
Visibility dropped to zero and buses, planes and ships were canceled as a snowstorm raged, reaching speeds of 25 meters per second.
First Snow Blankets Moscow, in Photos
Winter is here, bringing with it the first snow of the season. Here's a look at the streets of Moscow.
Floods Kill 6 People in Southern Russia, Sochi Announces State of Emergency
“Until the heavy rainfall stops, it’s necessary to evacuate people,” the governor said.
Moscow's Golden Glow and Fall Foliage, in Photos
It's mid-October and Moscow is being treated to an exceptional autumn after an equally delightful summer this year.
Skirts and Skates in the Park: Moscow Enjoys a Hot October (in Pictures)
The sun is still up, the sky is still blue and temperatures are beating 50-year records.
In Photos: Moscow's Splendid Summer of 2018
As the temperature creeps down and the layers come on, here's a look back at some of the best moments of summer 2018.
Muscovites Urged to Work to Fight Seasonal Depression
Moscow's chief visiting psychiatrist warned that less sunlight and “faded foliage” could lead to symptoms of depression.
Rain Floods Force Locals to Swim Down Streets in Southern Russia
Russian social media was flooded with rain-related posts during this weekend's heavy storms.
World Cup Stadium Grounds Washed Away by Rain
Photos and videos on social media showed clay soil eroding around the $270-million Volgograd Arena.
Black Sea Tourists Warned: Water Too Cold, Air Too Hot
Tourists at southern Russia’s Black Sea resorts have been instructed not to swim in water described as abnormally cold for summer, while regional authorities...
Storm Rages Through Southern Russian City of Barnaul
At least one person died and 15 people were injured.
Moscow Greets First Summer Night With Sub-Zero Temperatures
The negative 1.7 degrees Celsius recorded in the Moscow region was not seen on the night of June 1 since 1881.
A Storm Sweeps Through Moscow, In Photos
Over the weekend, a massive storm swept through Moscow and its neighboring regions, resulting in the deaths of at least two people.
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