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Russia's upcoming election gets the Taiwanese animation treatment.
Putin visits the annual Nashi summer camp at Seliger.
United Russia releases a video touting the achievements and vision of Vladimir Putin.
Scenes from Nashi's summer camp.
Russia is on fire. Again.
Election watch: war of the posters. Superhero Medvedev appears around Moscow, nearly two weeks after ads for Spy Putin.
The Washington Post reports that the US State Department has quietly banned Russian officials linked to the death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky from traveling to the United States
Russian politics just got a bit hotter: Marat Safin joins the People's Front primaries and hopes to win a spot in the State Duma.
The man behind Norway's worst ever terror attack, Anders Behring Breivik, says he would like to meet Putin and form groups like Nashi in a manifesto written before the deadly attacks on Oslo and Utoya.
As Russia completes a weeks long recovery process, it announces that the sinking of the Bulgaria in the Volga river killed 122 people.
Putin's party uses military rhetoric to attract campaign volunteers.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp sells a majority stake in its Russian advertising unit, News Outdoor.
Russian tycoon Alexander Lebedev says he wants to revive and rebrand Rupert Murdoch's News of the World.
All the king's horses ...
Jennifer Lopez reportedly gets a million dollars for playing a wedding in the Crimean city of Yalta.
Russia's investigative committee says criminal cases have been opened into two doctors at the prison hospital that allowed lawyer Sergei Magnitsky to die.
A new social media group calls on girls across Russia to show their love for Putin ... by ripping open their shirts.
Rescuers wrap up their recovery of bodies from the sunken Bulgaria, with an alarming death toll. Putin shouts and fires. Kazan attempts to move on.
A singing flashmob dedicated to Putin's version of Blueberry Hill.
Chechnya' leading human rights activist, Natalia Estemirova, was killed two years ago today. We still don't know who did it.