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Russians rediscover their Jewish identity
Friday, 18 November 2016 09:07

Starting in the late 1980s, a flood of Russian Jews left the country for new homes around the world. Nearly three-quarters of Russia’s Jewish population emigrated. One nation to benefit from this immigration was Israel.

Today more than a quarter of the population of the Jewish state is Russian-speaking. Although few of these immigrants spoke...

USA drops bags of money in Russia that vanish without a trace
Friday, 18 November 2016 04:47
It is no secret that USA uses a variety of levers to control social and political life of other countries of the world. Financial support for civil societies of the countries, which the US establishment chose as a zone of strategic interests, is one of those tools. Russia tries to show resistance to this information war by promoting her own agenda...
Russia terminates relations with International Criminal Court
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 07:12
President Putin signed a decree on Russia's withdrawal from the Rome Statute establishing the International Criminal Court after the latter called Russia's reunification with the Crimea an armed conflict. In 14 years of work, the ICC has produced a total of four sentences, having spent more than $1 billion on this work...
The International Criminal Court is fit for the waste basket
Tuesday, 15 November 2016 08:40
The International Criminal Court in The Hague has equated Russia's reunification with the Crimea to a military action, in which Russia appeared as an aggressor. Why doesn't the ICC give its assessment to the conflict in the Donbas, even though the number of victims continues growing there like in a full-fledged military conflict?...
'Donkeys' and 'Elephants' dislike Russia differently
Monday, 14 November 2016 07:32
Will the change of power in Washington and Trump's victory mean an improvement in the US-Russian relations? Does Russia have a hope? Republicans and Democrats share different approaches to Russia, but they all dislike Russia. The Republicans perceive Russia as a rock. They try to conquer this rock, but the Democrats act differently...
Russia's only two allies: The army and the navy
Friday, 11 November 2016 12:30
Alexander III used to say that Russia has only two allies - its own army and its own navy. The All-Russian Movement for the Support of the Fleet exists for 25 years. Does Russia still have the same allies? Pravda.Ru editor-in-chief Inna Novikova asked this question to Mikhail Nenashev, the chairman of the movement...
Horsewoman on duty: Meet Russia's most outstanding post officer
Thursday, 10 November 2016 09:48

A wooden house and a piece of land in the village, horses, dogs, and a modest job at the local post office — probably seems like a boring lifestyle. But after watching Maria Rubtsova's story, you might want to think twice.

At the age of 23, Maria decided to leave Moscow and settle in a small village of Maryino, 100km north of Moscow.. She is...

Russia loses information warfare to the West?
Thursday, 10 November 2016 08:48
The fierce anti-Russian propaganda based on the "Putin brand" produces an opposite effect in the West too. The propaganda against Putin creates Putin's supporters and fans. During the presidential election in the United States, Western media paid too much attention to the fictional "Moscow's hand...
Helping themselves by helping others: Russia’s disabled psychologists
Thursday, 10 November 2016 08:38

Since many believe that psychologists and therapists are those who themselves have endured serious trials and learned to deal with them, there is nothing unexpected, at first glance, in the idea of creating a psychological service that employs people with disabilities. However, in Russia there is only one organization to employ disabled...

Mercedes-Benz to build plant in Russia for 300 million euros
Thursday, 10 November 2016 08:14

German company Daimler, parent company of Mercedes-Benz, plans to sign an investment contract to construct an auto manufacturing plant in Moscow region. Construction is expected to cost more than 300 million euros, according to Russia’s Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov, who spoke (in Russian) with journalists on November 7th.


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