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A Russian entrepreneur who helps organize the country's best-known competition on spelling and syntax has been questioned by prosecutors as a suspected "grammar Nazi." More
A Washington-based think tank on international affairs has released a scathing report on Russia's "direct military intervention" in eastern Ukraine, concluding that President Vladimir Putin has led his country into war and has lied about it. More
Before the Kremlin commented on the shocking legal drama unfolding over alleged activities at global soccer authority FIFA, the Russian Internet and other media lit up as Russians reacted to news of investigations that could cast a harsh light on Russia's successful bid to host the 2018 World Cup. More
Russia is trying to attract Chinese tourists to Tatarstan's capital, Kazan, with a "red tour" of communism's historic sites -- bragging not only that Lenin once slept there, but was also expelled from university there as a young revolutionary. More
Long dogged by allegations of corruption, FIFA is facing fresh -- and more importantly, concrete -- charges of graft leading all the way to the upper echelons of power in world soccer's governing body. More
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