Radical changes in Russia’s immigration laws, the country’s ever-changing weather, and the final shift to summer time have impressed Moscow expats this week.
The weather in Moscow has taken a dramatic turn for the worse, as the city is hit by very strong winds.
While the world is celebrating Meteorologists Day, Russian weathermen have yet another reason for partying.
Whatever the weather, the capital’s residents are likely to have a much cooler summer than last year – all thanks to the City Hall.
The big challenge for the nuclear industry is getting the message across to the public that nuclear power is safe, says Professor Laurence Williams, who headed the NII – Britain’s watchdog for nuclear installations – for almost three decades.
A retiree in St. Petersburg was awarded over $5,000 in damages after slipping on ice in February.
An intense graupel shower has hit the streets of the Russian capital, postponing the arrival of spring and freezing the hearts of warmth-loving Muscovites.
If you have already put your winter coat at the very back of your wardrobe, take it out because Moscow’s spring has a rather unpleasant surprise in store.
Before Muscovites get a chance to burn winter symbolically during the Maslenitsa celebrations, winter plans to freeze them for real.
Russia's largest air carrier, Aeroflot, has claimed it is ready to pay out compensation to passengers affected by last December's flight-delay chaos.
Those who are not yet tired of the snow and freezing temperatures have several more days to enjoy this weather.
Although Moscow’s birds are already preparing for warmer weather, it is unlikely that the spring will come to the Russian capital in the next four weeks, says the head of Russia’s Meteorological Center.