ZooFriend’s Fifth Truck Delivers aid for Animals of Donetsk and Mariupol

The fifth truck of the ZooFriend campaign has recently brought 10 tons of oats and 5 tons of wheat groats and barley to zoos, shelters and equestrian clubs of Donbass and Mariupol.

Which is More Important: Diploma or Hands-on Experience?

Judging by the statement of Vyacheslav Volodin, Speaker of the State Duma, the decision to withdraw from the Bologna Process was supported by all the factions, as if there was nothing to be worry about. However, the prospects of Russian higher education are still unclear.

Su-34 Bomber to Become Reconnaissance Aircraft

The Russian Aerospace Forces have used a state-of-the-art reconnaissance complex based on the Su-34 frontline bomber for the first time in the special operation in Ukraine. As a reminder, the Su-34 as such (generation 4++) is originally a multifunctional frontline supersonic fighter-bomber, which in NATO was codified as Fullback, i.e. Defender.

Consequences of Floods in Sochi to be Eliminated

Last weekend a state of emergency was introduced due to bad weather in Sochi. The city was hit by rain, gale force winds and thunderstorms. A heavy downpour caused flooding, and powerful torrents of water began to wash away everything in their path.

Russia to Exit From Bologna Process

The Russian Federation was “cut off” from the Bologna Process in April. A month later, the Ministry of Education and Science came to the conclusion that Russia should build its own system of education taking into account the interests of the national economy, said the head of the department Valery Falkov.

Battle of Stalingrad: From Banks of Volga to Berlin

These days Russians recall events that happened 80 years ago. On July 17, 1942 the Battle of Stalingrad began, and the victory of the Red Army in it predetermined the course of the Second World War in many respects. It was from the banks of the Volga river a counter-offensive of the Soviet troops on almost all fronts, culminating in the defeat of the German invaders, started.

Nakhazo Camping Site to be Opened at Rosa Khutor ski Resort

The Rosa Khutor ski resort continues to develop an extensive network of mountain hiking trails in cooperation with Sochi National Park. The Nakhazo camping site will be opened there to receive tourists for the first time.

Russia may Face Growth of COVID-19 Cases

The day before, there was a meeting of Anna Popova, Head of the Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor), and Gleb Nikitin, Governor of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, during which she said that Russia may face the growth of COVID-19 cases.

Stalin's Terminator

These days our country reveres the memory of Pavel Sudoplatov, the legendary Soviet spy, Lieutenant General of the USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs, and honored employee of the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs and the Ministry of State Security (Soviet Union).

Biden's “Peace” Plan: U.S. Agrees to New Russia and Lifting of Sanctions

The very fact that it has been said at the White House more than once that “Ukraine must decide its future” will help Washington to save face, even if Russian Federation wins.

All Anti COVID-19 Restrictions are Lifted

The Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor) has lifted all restrictive measures, imposed in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic, due to improvement in the epidemiological situation.

Day of Remembrance and Sorrow

The Day of Remembrance and Sorrow is celebrated in Russia on June 22. In 1941, Nazi Germany struck the first massive blows on Soviet territory without a declaration of war at 4:00 a.m. Hundreds of thousands of candles are gradually lit from east to west across the country in memory of the heroes who fell during the Second World War. Traditionally, the inhabitants of the eastern part of the Russian Federation are the first to pay tribute to the fallen.

Africa Becomes Hostage of Anti-Russian Sanctions by U.S., Says Political Analyst

More than 80 million Africans have experienced food shortages. Western politicians and experts attributed the deficit of goods and their high cost to the special military operation in Ukraine, although Moscow is ready to maintain the previous supply volumes that have dropped significantly due to the imposed sanctions.

Rosa Khutor Resort Large-Scale Interactive map is Created

This is the first photographic projection of a tourist site in Russia with an exceptional image resolution of 24 billion pixels and the first in the world to be shot in the mountains from the air.

Heavy Rainfalls in South and Heat in Center of Russia

Such popular holiday destinations as the Krasnodar Territory and the Crimea are more and more often hit by powerful cyclones in the summertime. Tornadoes swept through the Krasnodar Territory and Crimea.