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Ventures Into New Territory

A long-term expat is promoting Russia's technology sector in the West.

First Person

Yelena Levchenko, 37, dog groomer at Milord Salon for Dogs.

Chinese in the Frypan

Skovorodka, a new retro-Soviet restaurant in a building created to resemble a giant frying pan, has just gotten better.

Restaurant News

The world may be a facing a global truffle shortage after a particularly bad season across Italy, but this isn't stopping the restaurant Syr from commencing its own in-house truffle season.

Early Voting Begins Ahead of Dec. 2

Early voting for the State Duma elections kicked off Friday for sailors, soldiers, reindeer herders and other voters in remote areas.

Lawmakers Divided on Legacy of This Duma

The State Duma on Friday met for its final session, passing 19 bills and dissolving itself ahead of the Dec. 2 Duma elections.

Putin Plans Orthodox Ceremony

President Vladimir Putin is to host Russian Orthodox priests Monday in the Kremlin to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the restoration of the Moscow Patriarchate.

President Heaps Praise on United Russia

President Vladimir Putin praised the State Duma and its dominant Kremlin-backed party Saturday -- the latest in a string of widely publicized pronouncements that critics say show the Kremlin is flouting election laws before next month's vote.

Russian Suspected in Sex Case

Nineteen girls have claimed they were sexually abused by a Russian businessman who was arrested in Cambodia last month -- the largest number of Cambodian children to allege abuse by one person in a pedophilia case, police said.

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