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  • The Joffrey’s new season features new dancers and new works
    The Joffrey’s new season features new dancers and new works
    Brazil’s Stefan Goncalvez and Paulo Rodrigues, Colombia’s Luis Eduardo Gonzalez and Joan Sebastian Zamora, Korea’s Hansol Jeong and Gayeon Jung, Canada’s Nicole Ciapponi, and Russia’s Valeriia Chaykina join The...
  • Putin introduces legislation to end dollar use in Eurasian countries
    Putin introduces legislation to end dollar use in Eurasian countries
    On Aug. 31, Russian President Vladimir Putin increased global tensions against the United States by doing two acts that threaten the national security of America's foreign and economic policies. Beginning in the Middle East, Putin sent arms...
  • Russia Assumes Leadership Of U. N. Security Council
    Russia Assumes Leadership Of U. N. Security Council
    On September 15th, 2015, the United Nations General Assembly will open its 70th session. Dignitaries from all over the world will be in attendance. Russian President Vladimir Putin will lead the Russian delegation into the chamber. President...
  • Vladimir Putin Will Travel To New York
    Vladimir Putin Will Travel To New York
    Russian President Vladimir Putin will attend the opening of the 70th session of the United Nations. He will be in New York this September leading the Russian delegation to the United Nations. This will be a tremendous event. Also in attendance...
  • Maria Kuchina
    Maria Kuchina wins high jump at Beijing World Championships
    Maria Kuchina was perfect through her first six heights in winning the gold medal in women's high jump at the World Championships in Beijing Saturday. The 22-year-old Russian was the defending indoor world champion. Decorated veterans Blanka...
  • Lunar South Pole
    Russia's lunar program hit by budget cuts and faces cancellation
    Just a few months after bravely announcing a goal of landing a Russian cosmonaut on the moon, the project has become wracked with budget cuts and may face cancellation, according to a Tuesday story in NDTV. Nevertheless, the moon remains a goal of...
  • People walk by fresh graffiti depicting Vladimir Putin in Simferopol
    As Russia's economy goes into free fall, Putin may be on his way out
    The Fiscal Times reported on Wednesday that Vladimir Putin’s Russia faces a grim, economic future, largely the result of falling oil prices. The ruble has collapsed, and the Russian economy is in free fall. Even though Putin remains popular...
  • Charas hashish
    Russia banned Wikipedia for hashish entry, lifts ban just hours later
    Russia has long be the enemy of Western values. From suppressing dissent and doubling down on Russian Orthodox social values to passing laws aimed at suppressing NGOs that could be deemed a “threat” to the Russian social fabric and...
  • Russia snubbed by 40 countries throughout the world
    Russia snubbed by 40 countries throughout the world
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is not going to make most popular politician anytime soon. According to Pew Research Monday, people around the world outside Russia hold that nation in low regard, and most do not have confidence that Vladimir...
  • Dozens of photographers at 'Native American clothing contest' in Santa Fe
    Dozens of photographers at 'Native American clothing contest' in Santa Fe
    The "Santa Fe Indian Market" ends today on Sunday Aug. 23, 2015 in Santa Fe, NM at 5 p.m. Over 100,000 artisan fans walked through the native vendor booths at the Santa Fe plaza. Many of those fans gathered inside the plaza to watch the ...
  • Putin vs. Poroshenko, The Blame Game
    Putin vs. Poroshenko, The Blame Game
    The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko spoke yesterday and blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin of stirring up tension in Eastern Ukraine when the latter attended a tourism conference in Yalta. Putin spoke today about the escalation of...
  • Russia Wants Your Tourism Dollars
    Russia Wants Your Tourism Dollars
    Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Crimea on Monday to talk of all things, tourism. Crimea, it seems, since its annexation last year has been one of Russia's largest group of tourists to visit Mother Russia. Putin as he was speaking at...
  • Ruins of Chersonesos
    Academics, the church, and the government butt heads over “Russian Troy”
    The Tauric Chersonesos preserve located in Crimea at the city of Sevastopol was initially set up to be an academic site in 1827, since it was “preserved in almost pristine condition,” as Vasily Novikov, a history PhD who regularly...
  • Ukrainian Cease Fire Collapsing
    Ukrainian Cease Fire Collapsing
    The German Defense Minister spoke to Chancellor Angela Merkel about the growing strain between the government in Kiev and the rebels of the east. Russian President Vladimir Putin last week spoke on a number of violations that have occurred since...
  • Not your average serial killer: Russian Tamara Samsonva admits to horrors
    Not your average serial killer: Russian Tamara Samsonva admits to horrors
    She looks like the neighborhood grandma with three cats and flowers in her yard, but 68-year-old Russian Tamara Samsonva is a serial killer, suspected of murdering her tenants for over 20 years.Soviet police are now searching Samsonva’s...
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