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Rhubarb kissel – a peasant dessert fit for a king
Thursday, 10 November 2016 08:11

Rhubarb — sometimes considered a nuisance by peasants because of its abundance — can be found in a variety of both sweet and savory dishes.

Although the traditional Russian drink kissel is usually made from berries, such as cranberries or black currants, there is another version made from rhubarb.This purple-stalked vegetable has long been an...
 
Should Russia rejoice at Donald Trump's victory?
Wednesday, 09 November 2016 08:10
"It is hard for me to understand the Russian MPs, who applauded to the news about Trump's election. Trump is the US President, and he will act in the interests of his country first and foremost," an analyst told Pravda.Ru. Trump's victory is not a perfect occasion for applause on Russia's part, yet, Russia has two reasons for restrained optimism...
 
Khodorkovsky: Putin is not going to cozy up to Washington
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 05:33
The number of predictions about the state of affairs in the US-Russian relations after the presidential election in the United States continues to grow. Former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky did not stay aside and predicted that there would be nothing good in the US-Russian relations after the election, regardless of who wins the vote...
 
How far can USA go to take revenge on Russia for 'cybercrimes?'
Monday, 07 November 2016 08:05
The United States continues an extremely aggressive campaign to accuse Russia of cyberattacks that may undermine confidence in the results of the US presidential election. US top officials have released quite a number of statements about possible responses to Russia that would at least create a stir inside the Kremlin...
 
General Staff: Militants tried to break through into Aleppo but failed
Thursday, 03 November 2016 07:29

Militants on Oct. 28 made an attempt to break through into eastern Aleppo and out of it, but sustained heavy losses and were rolled back, the chief of the Russian General Staff’s main operations directorate, Lieutenant-General Sergey Rudskoy said on Nov. 3.

Militant groups used the moratorium on flights by Russian and Syrian warplanes over Aleppo...

 
Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier group prepares for battle in Syria
Thursday, 03 November 2016 07:06

The Russian television channel Zvezda TV has shown images of the drills involving the Su-22s and MiG-29KUBs stationed on Russia’s Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier's air wing. The footage was taken in the Mediterranean Sea as the ship neared the coast of Syria, where it is to take part in Moscow’s military campaign against rebels seeking to o...

 
Bloody business: Russia’s struggle to stand up for animal rights
Thursday, 03 November 2016 07:05

Russian society has been shocked by the actions of two teenage girls from Khabarovsk (3,800 miles east of Moscow), who would take animals from shelters and cruelly torture and kill them, before posting their bloody selfies on the internet. Now animal rights activists are signing petitions, posting denunciatory statements in social networks and...

 
Seagal 'tremendously grateful' for opportunity to become Russian citizen
Thursday, 03 November 2016 07:05

U.S. actor Steven Seagal who was granted Russian citizenship on Nov. 3 by President Vladimir Putin, said he was "tremendously grateful for this opportunity," a statement provided to TASS by his agent reads.

"I always felt that U.S. and Russia should be best friends and allies. Despite the unfortunate propaganda going on I remain fully committed to...

 
Not a ‘Western disease’ after all: How HIV appeared in the USSR
Thursday, 03 November 2016 06:55

An HIV epidemic has been raging in Yekaterinburg, one of Russia's largest cities (880 miles east of Moscow) – one out of every 50 residents is now infected with the virus. The news was announced on Nov. 1 by first deputy director of the Yekaterinburg health administration Tatyana Savinova, who revealed that 1,826 people out of 100,000 are infected...

 
NATO forces Russia to take retaliatory moves
Wednesday, 02 November 2016 07:30
Russia is forced to take defensive measures against the backdrop of NATO's increasing activities on Russia's western borders, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoygu said. At the July summit in Warsaw, NATO member countries agreed to build up military forces in Eastern Europe. NATO undermines strategic stability, he added...
 
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