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Sunday Funday.

Today we had our first full day of “rest”, in which we actually did sightseeing, shopping and drinking for the entire day instead. It was great. 882 more words


BREAKING: Russian Hackers Read Obama’s NCAA Brackets, Officials Say

WASHINGTON — Some of President Obama’s email correspondence was swept up by Russian hackers last year in a breach of the White House’s unclassified computer system that was far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged, according to senior American officials briefed on the investigation. 509 more words

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EU Wages War Against Russian News Agencies

Sputnik International writes:

[…] why does the EU feel so uncomfortable that Europeans have started to read alternative sources of information? Isn’t it a good thing that people have an opportunity to read various news outlets, gather different available information and come to their own conclusions regarding current events?

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Farewell Yakaterinburg!

We are now heading towards Perm, the final stop for our adventures in Russia.

Yakaterinburg seems to be a nice city, but we didn’t get to do any sight seeing. 1,675 more words


Just Me and My Bessa: A Walk Along the Kazanka

When I live in a place, I often fall into a photography rut. I begin to overlook my surroundings no matter how foreign they are and toting my camera during my usual routine becomes a chore. 291 more words

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Wildfires, Now Wild Winds, Too

I don’t know what he said, but I know what he meant. This is in Chita, east of Lake Baikal in Russia, last week. Via Meduza.