Articles by Yulia Solovyova



Paw Prints Disappearing for Siberia's Amur Tiger

Yury Dunishenko has walked through 12,000 kilometers of snow looking for paw prints left by Amur tigers.

Anarchists Go on a Pilgrimage to Tver

Pavel Glazkov is fed up with people who hear the word anarchy and instantly conjure up thoughts of debauched sailors wreaking havoc and chaos.

If You Crave Music, Get On Board

In an effort to keep Jack Frost from making Moscow his won, 500 partygoers will board a four-story party boat this Saturday for one last cruise before the winter season.

If You Crave Music, Get On Board

In an effort to keep Jack Frost from making Moscow his won, 500 partygoers will board a four-story party boat this Saturday for one last cruise before the winter season.

Running in Honor of the Lost

About a hundred expats gathered for a five-kilometer run on Sunday morning, the first of a series of events being held in Moscow to commemorate last year's terrorist attacks.

Protesters Demand Babitsky's Release

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Bashkir Boots Made for More Than Walking

The World,s Oldest Professions

New Life for Moscow Planetarium

Protesters Demand Babitsky's Release

Mikhailov Takes Shot At Officials

Students to Learn Less, Think More

Dressing for Emotional Success

Russia's Anti-Prize

Weather Causing More Car Accidents

Stars to Shine on Russia's First Diva

Balalaikas Follow Brains, Ballerinas

Uneasy Rest on Red Square for Soviet Icons

Influenza Marches Toward Moscow

13 Turn Down Seats in Duma

Reputed Urals Gang Fails in Election Bid

A Fearsome Father Frost

4 Governors Clear First Round of Vote

Moscow's First Lady Seeking Seat in the Steppe

Court Allows Mikhailov Back on State Duma Ballot

Photographer Feted by Politicians

Frightened by Terrorism, Schools Tighten Security

No to Drugs, Yes to Uralmash?

Judge in Libel Suit Criticizes Dorenko

Candidates Chase the Youth Vote