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Photo by M. Mishin. Press service of the Mayor and Government of Moscow / mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) The Lancet medical journal has published the results of phase I and II trials for the Russian Sputnik Light vaccine, TASS reports. The drug show a high safety profile and induced a humoral and cellular immune response. The research was...

03.11.2021 Subject: Science

Photo credit: mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) The coordinators of the Immortal Regiment movement from different countries have gathered in the capital of Serbia, the website of the Russian Historical Society reports. On Wednesday, November 3, the Memory of the Winners forum kicked off working...

03.11.2021 Subject: History

Photo: Residents of Slupsk lit candles at the Soviet soldiers monument Polish people do not forget the heroes who sacrified their lives for peace and freedom of the peoples of Europe. Every year, in honor of All Saints' Day, (celebrated on November 1), residents of cities and...

03.11.2021 Subject: History

Photo credit: mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) Russia has sent one 100,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine to the residents of Nicaragua, TASS reports. The batch of the Sputnik V drug was delivered on the eve of November 1. The country's authorities sincerely thanked Moscow for the assistance provided...

02.11.2021 Subject: Community

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U.S. Republican senators have uncovered a secret Soviet agent sent to the United States back in 1991 to undermine the banking system there. This is the conclusion that can be drawn from the media buzz. It followed the Senate Banking Committee’s questioning of Professor Saule Omarova, Joe Biden's nominee for the top position in the U.S. Government Accountability Office, last week.
The Linguistics Forum 2021: Language Policy and Language Preservation was held at the Institute of Linguistic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. How to preserve Russia's linguistic diversity amid the global decline in the number of languages? Director of the Institute of Linguistic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and linguist Andrej Kibrik has the answer.
Sergei Agadzhanyan, a man of muscle from outer Moscow, has been nicknamed the Russian Hulk for a series of world records in towing multi-ton machinery. In order to amaze the audience, the Russian man does not need trick effects, huge budgets, and special devices - he simply moves trains, planes, trucks, and motor ships, blowing rubber hot-water bags to rupture along the way.
The head of The Soviet War Cemetery Foundation from the Netherlands Remco Reiding has been taken care of the war memorial near Leusden and Amersfoort for more than twenty-five years. There are 865 Soviet prisoners of war and victims of Nazi concentration camps buried in the Rusthof Memorial Cemetery. More than 700 of them are still considered to be missing.
The biker movement emerged in the mid-20th century in Western countries. Its members sometimes interpreted the laws and rules quite freely. To this day, columns of motorcyclists in leather jackets cause puzzlement among police, drivers, and pedestrians. Russian-speaking bikers who open clubs and join associations in different countries around the world make efforts to change this attitude toward people on motorcycles. They take care of the Soviet soldiers graves, hold motorcycle rallies to commemorate war memorials, and help the authorities in keeping order.