ROCOR suspends joint service with the bishops of Constantinople1
25.09.2018 UOC Synod appealed to the Patriarch of Constantinople with a demand to withdraw his Exarchs from the canonical territory of Ukraine.
ROCOR suspends joint service with the bishops of Constantinople
Russia and Japan youth discuss bilateral relations at forum in Moscow2
25.09.2018 Cooperation of young people is one of the main priorities for Russia and Japan.
Russia and Japan youth discuss bilateral relations at forum in Moscow
Vladimir Putin sends his greetings to WARP3
25.09.2018 200 people from more than 50 countries gathered at the World Congress of Russian Press.
Vladimir Putin sends his greetings to WARP
Monument to children tortured by the Nazis restored in Riga4
24.09.2018 Civil activists pay homage to the children killed in Salaspils concentration camp.
Monument to children tortured by the Nazis restored in Riga
Russian Foreign Ministry: Western countries ignore obvious human rights violations in Ukraine5
24.09.2018 The authorities of Western countries take a pro-Ukrainian position, Russian MFA believes.
Russian Foreign Ministry: Western countries ignore obvious human rights violations in Ukraine
75 years ago the Battle of Kursk was completed after 2 months of tireless WW2 battle on the ground and in the air. Four million people from the both sides have taken part in it. It was the largest tank warfare in recorded history of World War 2. Let's look at it through the eyes of the young German soldier. The novel is written by French author Guy Sajer as a personal narrative of his experiences as a German soldier on the Eastern Front as a part of the Great Germany division. Following his memoirs, the terror of Soviet artillery was one of the worst experiences of the war.
Tom Sawyer Fest has been around for three years now, and last August it changed its status to the international one. Foreigners from France, Finland, Italy, Taiwan and Malaysia came to Russia to work on restoration of historic environment. “International name was of help,” believes Andrey Kochetkov, the festival’s mastermind, a historian, an urbanist, and a journalist.
For the forth year in a row our young compatriot from Israel Ivan Bodrov spends his vocation in a very unusual manner – he clears Arctic islands from trash. For a month he will be engaged in heavy physical labour – from morning till night at zero degrees centigrade. But, according to Ivan, now he cannot imagine his life otherwise.
Special dinner in celebration of 200th birthday anniversary of Ivan Turgenev to be held on behalf of the Lord Mayor (Oberbürgermeister) of Baden-Baden, and the mayor of the commune of Bougival will open commemorations of the writer conducted near Paris. For three days Sorbonne and Sénat de la France in Paris will accommodate Turgenev scholars from all over the world.
Seeing a woman in sari in India is an ordinary occasion, but probably no one has ever seen a man in kosovorotka* or a young woman in kokoshnik**. “A folk costume in day-to-day life would look rather exotic than fashionable,” admits Natalia Loginova, the head of Fashion and Design Center D3 (the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art). “However, addressing traditions is one of the modern design trends.”
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