1,343 Russian towns still lack communications services
According to a study completed by the Ministry of Communications , 1,343 Russian localities - each with a population between 500 and 10,000 - still lack access to basic internet and mobile services.
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Wed Feb 26, 2014
Russian 'hitman' seized in Vienna
Police in the Austrian capital Vienna have arrested a suspected Russian hitman, who was reportedly living for at least three years under a false ID.
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Novosibirsk scientists develop anti-laser system
Scientists at the Siberian State Geodesic Academy have developed a shield system to protect optical devices from damage by lasers.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
WNYC-AM New York
Beyond Sochi: Photos Of Russia By Russians
The gap between how foreigners view Russia and how Russians view themselves is wide and as old as the country itself.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
IU mathematician receives $2.7 million to establish center in Russia
Vladimir Touraev, a Russian high school math teacher in the mid-1970s who 30 years later would become the first named professor in the Indiana University Department of Mathematics, has been awarded over $2.7 million to establish a new mathematics laboratory in Russia.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Gazpromneft-Aero Refueling Of Foreign Airlines In Russia Up 6-fold In 2013
Gazpromneft-Aero, the aviation fuel business operator of one of Russia's largest oil and gas companies - Gazprom Neft, increased its refueling of foreign airlines at Russia's largest airports six-fold compared to 2012 to reach 97,000 tons by the end of 2013.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
The Pushmi-pullyu of Internet Freedom in Russia
Last week, the AGORA Association gave the world its annual gift of an overview of the state of internet freedom in Russia: read it in full here .
East Air Sign Five Year Agreement with AJW Aviation
The airline operates one A320-300 and one Boeing 737-400 aircraft and will be fully supported by AJW across the supply and repair of components, as well as AJW's award winning global AOG service.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Under Threat in Russia, Some Russian Gays Look To Europe For Asylum
Pavel had been openly gay for 10 years before he left his native Novosibirsk last year.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Florida Baptist Witness
Point of View: The story behind the story
In Siberia you walk, or take public transportation everywhere you go. After serving a year in Novosibirsk, Russia as a church planter I began noticing a numb tingling feeling in my left arm after walking a mile across town in -30 temps.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
Russia's big show
Olympic Games is a daunting task for any nation, but Russia appears to be having more than its share of troubles.
Wed Feb 05, 2014
Olympic flame in Sochi after world's longest relay
The Olympic flame reached Sochi Wednesday, following a 65,000-kilometer route, the longest in the history of the games.