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Cult believes Russian prime minister is a reincarnation of Paul the Apostle.
Hints as to what the new "People's Front" might do.
The Investigative Committee says it is looking into possible criminal charges against anti-corruption activist Alexey Navalny. He sees an attempt to shut him down.
President Dmitry Medvedev supports chemical castration of pedophiles, citing international practice. United Russia members want a stricter law.
A car bomb explodes in Makhachkala, capital of Dagestan, capping a violent few days in the troubled region.
A report from the northwestern region of Pskov shows just how devastating Russia's population decline is.
Soviet filmmakers crafted some of the best films about WWII. You can now watch many of them on YouTube.
Russia holds a huge military parade to celebrate Victory Day, one of its most important holidays, but overlooks the complexities of its war effort.
A Russian nationalist is sentenced to life in prison for the murders of lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova
Russia's Hello! magazine hands out its top style awards. Fashionistas beware.
After 16-year-old daughter of Lukoil executive disappears, Russians fear return to violence of the 1990s.
Joaquim Crima, dubbed "the Russian Obama" quits United Russia over complaints that it's become a party of bureaucrats rather than a party for the people.
Watch the video for Russia's Eurovision entry, "Get You" by Alexey Vorobyov. WARNING: VIOLENCE.
Len Blavatnik, a Russian-born US tycoon, is reportedly close to buying Warner Music. Here's hoping he doesn't bring his experiences with Russian business to the deal.
Members of a banned nationalist group re-form, call for the creation of a government based on ethnic principles.
Media in Uzbekistan ignore the death of Osama bin Laden.
The FSB says a Mr Poteyev is guilty of treason and desertion, after giving up a US-based spy ring.
Russia adopts a new system to alert citizens of a potential terrorist attack.
Russia's most popular tabloid reflects growing feeling inside Russia that not all is as it seems when it comes to the death of Osama bin Laden.
Moscow shuts down for the May holidays. Pedestrians rejoice.