Moscow weather’s twists and turns, Anna Chapman’s political future and, of course, seasonal celebrations have been on expats’ mind this week.
The governor of St. Petersburg, Valentina Matvienko, has thought of a new way to keep the streets of the city clean in winter – she has suggested that students, immigrants and the homeless should help shovel snow from sidewalks and roads.
The Korean sides should exercise restraint, responsibility and avoid escalation of tension in the region, said the deputy director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Information and Press Department.
St. Petersburg entrepreneurs offering to clean a client’s car covered of snow overnight has become an online hit.
Workers in the South Siberian town of Ulan-Ude have accidentally turned the town into a giant ice rink.
Forecasters say around a third of the average snowfall for December will arrive in the Russian capital in the next couple of days.
With Moscow's temperature plummeting, RT’s “Trans-Siberian Express” mix is guaranteed to put some fire back into your engine.
The driver of a car in St. Petersburg found himself in big trouble when one of its wheels became caught in a hole ejecting boiling water.
RT guides you though Moscow’s best skating and skiing facilities.
As the cold has started to bite hard, RT offers advice on how best-to-dress in these harsh conditions to withstand the frost without blowing a small fortune.
Although the Russian winter is not supposed to arrive for another two days, temperatures in the capital have already dropped to -16 degrees Celsius.
Despite a number of false starts, the Russian winter seems finally to be on its way to Moscow.