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Russian Language Week opens in Berlin today, November 21. All events to be conducted in Russian Centre of Science and Culture in Berlin until November, 25. Organizers of the event aim to attract more interest in Russian language and culture abroad. The event is conducted by Russian Centre of Science and Culture...

21.11.2017
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Subject: RussianLanguage

Russian film festival opens today on November 21 in Honfleur, France, TASS reports. This year events will be conducted for the 25th time. According to organisers the audience will see several dozens of new Russian films. About 500 Russian films were shown in the history of this oldest...

21.11.2017 Subject: Culture

Belgrade has refused to join anti-Russian sanctions and is not going to support them in future, according to the Serbian Parliament speaker Maya Goykovic. She made this statement during her mutual presentation with the head of the upper house of the Russian parliament Valentina Matvienko, TASS reports. ...

21.11.2017 Subject: Politics

Russian TV Channel to start working in Japan. It will provide news in Russian culture, TASS reports. As famous Russian violinist Vadim Repin shared during International Cultural Forum in Saint Petersburg, he is going to curate this project. According to Repin, this TV channel to be engaged as a...

20.11.2017 Subject: Community

More than 200 Russian expats and Russian culture admirers from Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia met in Sofia at The Fourth Balkan Folklore Festival dedicated to 870th anniversary of Moscow, as per the International Russia website. The jury consisting of professional musicians, creative...

20.11.2017 Subject: Culture

Russian citizen has returned her son illegally retained in Norway by his father, the citizen of Estonia, TASS reports. The decision about returning the child was made by court of the Norwegian capital. According to the lawyer Ekaterina Reiersen, they managed to do that because Norway joint the...

20.11.2017 Subject: Community

American intelligence has published another portion of documents concerning murder of US president John Kennedy, TASS reports. Thousands of papers archived under wraps saw the light including the documents about the ex-KGB agent Yuri Nosenko. In the sixties, during his trip to the West, the son of shipbuilding industry’s minister of the Soviet Union sought...

20.11.2017 Subject: History

Russian president has endorsed the idea of holding the Theatre Olympiad, RIA Novosti reports. Vladimir Putin has reminded that 12 years ago Moscow has already taken part in this major event . We will participate in this festival another time, especially that many prominent theater support the event, mentioned the Head of the State. They were talking about it during International Cultural Forum in...

19.11.2017 Subject: Culture

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