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Given how world famous Pussy Riot has become, people are sometimes surprised to learn that the entire oeuvre of the women's punk band is made up of six songs and five videos.
The head of Russia's leading rocket manufacturer has stepped down after a failed launch, the nation's space chief said Thusrday.
Four key aides to former Chongqing police Chief Wang Lijun, whose dramatic attempt to defect to the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu triggered a political tsunami in Chinese politics, faced prosecution in a show trial on Friday.
The Russian Orthodox Church is enjoying its newfound prestige with the Russian government. But the church's closeness to the government has also made it a target of criticism and protest.
President Obama is racking up the campaign trail calories. In recent weeks, he has been seen chowing down on hot dogs and buying chili dogs, all within full sight of the cameras. But even as he tries to portray himself as America's everyman with his food choices, what kind of example is the executive in chief setting for a country where about 143,000 cases of colorectal cancer are diagnosed every year?
In a visit that left Japan seething, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev traveled Tuesday to a disputed Pacific island and pledged to boost financing for four impoverished islands whose ownership has been disputed by Tokyo since World War II.
The success and possible future undoing of President Vladimir Putin lies in the contrast between people such as provincial housewife Yekaterina Arsentyeva and Moscow student Kirill Guskov.
Thank you, Keith B. Payne, for drawing attention to a self-appointed commission's report that had received little previous publicity ("Zero nuclear sense" Commentary, Wednesday). The Global Zero Nuclear Policy Commission's report, remarkably, was headed by a retired Marine Corps general and clearly could be used in the future to support President Obama's ill-conceived concept of a nuclear-free world.
Russian President Vladimir Putin named a new Cabinet on Monday that retained some of the outgoing government's key figures but added a few fresh faces, cementing his grip on power as he begins his third presidential term.