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Authorities close down a Siberian district's only maternity ward due to budget cuts, leaving expecting mothers stranded and risking their health and that of their newborn babies.
Forget Buckingham Palace and Big Ben -- London's newest bus tour shows visitors the palatial homes of Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs. Dubbed the Kleptocracy Tour, it's been organized by anticorruption campaigners and two think tanks.
For the people of Chechnya wild garlic, or cheremsha, is more than just a staple. It's also big business. In this impoverished Caucasus region of Russia, a day's pickings can bring in as much as $40. But there are risks involved, too.
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Rarely do Russians see or hear very much about Vladimir Putin's family life. Once in a while there will be revelations -- about his alleged great wealth, the activities of his children, and even his romantic life.
Anatol Matasaru is a civil rights activist who was charged with hooliganism for an unconventional protest outside of Moldova’s National Anticorruption Center.
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