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Novosibirsk Might Ban Marilyn Manson Concert

Novosibirsk Might Ban Marilyn Manson Concert

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Orthodox Christian groups have asked the local government in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk to ban an upcoming concert by prominent U.S. shock rocker Marilyn Manson, Itar-Tass reported.

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Culture Ministry to Create House of Russian Culture

Culture Ministry to Create House of Russian Culture

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The various writers unions of Russia will be united in the near future under the roof of a single House of Russian Culture, Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky announced at hearings on the ...

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Manifesta Biennale May Be Canceled, Knig Says

Manifesta Biennale May Be Canceled, Knig Says

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The Manifesta art biennale, slated to open in St. Petersburg at the end of June, may have to be canceled due to the difficulties of organizing such an event in Russia, chief ...

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Zvyangintsev's Cannes Winner 'Leviathan' Might be Banned for Profanity

Zvyangintsev's Cannes Winner 'Leviathan' Might be Banned for Profanity

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Andrei Zvyagintsev's new film "Leviathan," which was awarded the prize for best screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival, might be rejected by Russian distributors due to profane language in the film.

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KaZantip Rave Moves From Crimea to Georgia

KaZantip Rave Moves From Crimea to Georgia

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Regular visitors of the "Republic of KaZantip" were surprised when the republic's leadership announced that they would move to Anaklia in Georgia from their traditional location in Crimea.

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Continuing Russian Ban on U.S. Pork Imports Costs Producers Millions of Dollars

Continuing Russian Ban on U.S. Pork Imports Costs Producers Millions of Dollars

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Russian stalling on granting permission to U.S. factories to export pork to Russia is creating delays costing U.S. producers millions of dollars, the U.S. Meat Export Federation, or USMEF, said. Meanwhile, Brazilian ...

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New Law on Culture to Be Announced by June

New Law on Culture to Be Announced by June

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A working group formulating a new law regulating culture should be ready to announce its first conclusions by June, Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky said Wednesday in the Federation Council, Itar-Tass reported.

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World Press Photo and Crimea Side-by-Side at Artplay

World Press Photo and Crimea Side-by-Side at Artplay

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This year's World Press Photo prizewinners for photojournalism are on display at the Artplay Design Center in an exhibit sponsored by Itar-Tass, conveniently located in the same room as "Our Crimea," a ...

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Book Review: Why Central Asia Is Not the Next Ukraine

Book Review: Why Central Asia Is Not the Next Ukraine

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As Russian troops remain near the Ukrainian border despite numerous promises to leave and separatists threaten to partition the country, many commentators have spoken of a Russian desire to resurrect the "Soviet ...

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Both Sides in Ukraine Standoff Call For New Tactics

Both Sides in Ukraine Standoff Call For New Tactics

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A day after fighting broke out between pro-Russian separatists and forces loyal to the new Kiev government in Slovyansk, both sides upped the stakes and called for new tactics.