Passenger bus overturns in Russia's Stavropol region injuring four

MOSCOW, January 9. /TASS/. Four people have been injured in a bus accident in Russia’s southern Stavropol region, an emergency source told TASS. "An Ikarus bus travelling to Derbent ran off the road and overturned," the source said, adding that "out of 18 people onboard, four suffered injuries." The injured were taken to hospital, while others continued their journey to Derbent on another bus. The cause of the accident is under investigation. The regional branch of the Russian Emergencies Minist..

Russia to develop innovative polio vaccine by year-end

MOSCOW, January 9. /TASS/. Russian scientists plan to wrap up clinical trials of a domestic polio vaccine by mid-2018. Additionally, they are drawing up the necessary documents for its registration, Director of the Chumakov Federal Scientific Center for Research and Development of Immune and Biological Products at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Aydar Ishmukhametov, told TASS. "In accordance with the current legislation, we will submit a full package of documents to register the drug with the M..

Russia helped to protect Christians in Syria, Patriarch Kirill says

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia© Alexey Nikolsky/TASS MOSCOW, January 7. /TASS/. Operation of Russia’s Aerospace Forces in Syria helped to protect the Christian minority from persecution and killings, Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia said in his Christmas interview with the Rossiya-1 TV channel. "Besides solving some issues… linked to stabilizing the situation, preventing military threats and preventing the takeover of power by terrorists… there was a very important idea in Ru..

Fraudulent activities among most frequently registered crimes in Russia

MOSCOW, January 7. /TASS/. Fraudulent activities were among the most frequently committed crimes in 2017, with one fraud registered every three minute in average, according to the statistics of the Russian prosecutor general’s office for January-November 2017. "The number of crimes committed in the form of fraudulent activities (articles 159, 159.6 of the Russian Criminal Code) increased by 6.8% on the same period of 2016, to amount to 204,870," according to the document. Most of such crimes wer..

Revealed: How to land a job anywhere in the world

Our world is more interconnected than ever before and that means many job seekers are looking for opportunities further afield in foreign countries. From curt conversations in Russia to dressing to impress in Italy, knowing the proper cultural etiquette for the country you are looking to work in can mean the difference between success and failure in a job interview. Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression! Read more: The 10 most in demand jobs in 2018 Worry not however..

Russia 2018: Super Eagles shouldn't be mere spectator, Buhari tells Dalung

By Johnbosco Agbakwuru PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has charged the Minister of Sports, Solomon Dalung and other sport administrators in the country to ensure that the nation’s team, the Super Eagles are not mere spectators at the competition. Buhari watching th Super Eagles playThis is as the Minister of Sports lamented that the greatest challenge before the national athletes in the forthcoming Commonwealth Games was lack of training facilities. The Minister disclosed this to State House corres..

Burberry check makes a casual comeback with Gosha Rubchinskiy

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Hollywood's Top Three Challenges to Doing Business in Russia in 2018

New taxes, a hostile TV market and a local oligarch bent on confronting the studios are among the challenges awaiting the industry in the new year. Many expected the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president in November 2016 to lead to improved ties between Russia and the United States. That didn't happen. Relations between Washington and Moscow are now at a nadir, not helped by Trump's recent speech lumping in Russia with China as "rival powers" to the U.S. and the primary threats to..

Russian painter Yankilevsky dies at 79

Vladimir Yankilevsky, 1975© Viktor Velikzhanin/TASS MOSCOW, January 5. /TASS/. Russian painter, representative of the Soviet Nonconformist Art Vladimir Yankilevsky died on Thursday at the age of 79, chief scientific officer of the Center for Study and Development of the Modern Art Alek Epstein wrote on Facebook. "Vladimir Yankilevsky - an outstanding artist and one of the pioneers of the Moscow conceptual art - has died today, shy of his 80th birthday in over a month," Epstein wrote. Vladimir Ya..

11 things you should know before visiting Moscow

Travel like a local. Andreas Rentz/Getty Images The earliest recorded mention of a place called "Moscow" dates to 1147 AD, and in the nearly 900 years since, this history-filled location has turned from minor provincial town into a bustling metropolis. It is home to 12 million people, rich with culture, and begging to be explored. Moscow is perhaps a less-obvious tourist destination for the American traveler and much of the English-speaking world, but the simple truth is that once you clear th..

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