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Moscow 1 week ago

Saturday in Moscow: A Healthy Day in the Park

Saturday in Moscow: A Healthy Day in the Park

Moscow 1 week ago

Stop the presses! The sun will shine in Moscow on Saturday. And what better way to celebrate the sunshine than a day in the park — doing a triathlon.

Moscow 3 months ago

Music, Eggs and Kulich: 7 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Moscow

Music, Eggs and Kulich: 7 Ways to Celebrate Easter in Moscow

Moscow 3 months ago

As color begins to seep back into the streets of Moscow, spring is finally arriving. From markets and concerts to activities for the kids, we have the lowdown on how and where ...

World 3 months ago

Clarification: How the Russian Media Distorted Comments by an Alaska State Official

Clarification: How the Russian Media Distorted Comments by an Alaska State Official

World 3 months ago

We at The Moscow Times understand that there may have been some confusion about Craig Fleener’s remarks this week about Alaska and Russia.

Russia 4 months ago

Twenty Russian Women Who Matter

Twenty Russian Women Who Matter

Russia 4 months ago

Sexism remains one of Russia’s social realities. But these women are making laws, fighting injustice, defining policies, and turning industries upside down - some for better, others for worse

World 5 months ago

6 Times Trump Sounded Uncannily Like Putin At His Press Conference

6 Times Trump Sounded Uncannily Like Putin At His Press Conference

World 5 months ago

U.S. President Donald Trump held a press conference Feb. 16 that was exceptional even by his standards. At times his statements sounded a little too much like Putin's not to notice.

Russia 6 months ago

Massive CIA Data Dump Reveals Work on UFOs, Secret Tunnels and Soviet Jokes

Massive CIA Data Dump Reveals Work on UFOs, Secret Tunnels and Soviet Jokes

Russia 6 months ago

The CIA has published 12 million pages of declassified documents, including thousands of intelligence files on the USSR.

World 6 months ago

Belarus, Europe’s Hermit, May Be Opening Up: Here's What You Can Do There

Belarus, Europe’s Hermit, May Be Opening Up: Here's What You Can Do There

World 6 months ago

"Europe's last dictatorship" is offering 5 days visa-free tourism. Sandwiched between the EU and Russia, this landlocked country is home to some of Europe's most beautiful sites.

World 6 months ago

The Price of War

The Price of War

World 6 months ago

It’s horrifying to think that Ambassador Andrei Karlov’s gruesome assassination was specifically designed for the world’s television screens. But, most likely, it was. This was a grisly routine familiar to anyone who ...

Russia 8 months ago

Russian Regional Court Blocks 19th Century Material on Bribes

Russian Regional Court Blocks 19th Century Material on Bribes

Russia 8 months ago

A court in the Russian city of Arzamas has ruled to block access to an article based on an 1837 book called “How to Take Bribes Correctly,” published on the “Arzamas” educational ...

Moscow 8 months ago

Moscow Square to Be Named After Late Uzbek Dictator Karimov

Moscow Square to Be Named After Late Uzbek Dictator Karimov

Moscow 8 months ago

Moscow authorities are considering naming a square in the city center after late Uzbek dictator Islam Karimov, according to the city hall's website