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Sexy photo of teacher goes viral after students hack laptop for exam answers and find it The image of Natalia Molokova, 34, in her underwear has been whipping around email and Facebook since a bunch of students found it on her boyfriend's laptop.
A group of unknown assailants is killing police officers in Russia's Rostov region. In the last seven months, authorities have linked the same stolen weapons to the slayings of five officers [ru] (two active, three retired), in attacks that resemble
A former Russian policeman accused of joining the Islamic insurgency in Russia's Caucasus has gone on trial on charges of masterminding a string of terrorist attacks. Investigators say Ali Taziyev is second-in-command of the Caucasus Emirate, which
If the Russians love their children too, the musician Sting crooned in his 1985 debut solo album. When it came out almost three decades ago, that song was a peacenik attack on the Cold War doctrine of mutually assured destruction. In the last year,
The seized drugs have an estimated street value of over 13 million rubles (about $400,000). Police seized the marijuana in Russia's Rostov region after officials received a tip-off about a 29-year old man offering to sell three bags of marijuana,
Tax cheaters are breathing easier today as President Dmitry Medvedev ushers in sweeping changes to Russia's criminal code, while introducing house arrests for some offenders 04.05.2010, 16:51 A law that obliges the government to pay compensation for
Air Arabias net profit soars 55% Abdul Basit / 17 February 2013 Air Arabia on Saturday declared a 55 per cent surge in its net profit for 2012 and attributed strong financial results to the airlines rapid expansion plans and the efficiency of its
Russian Leftist leaders have voted to initiate the dismissal of the government and approved a program of national salvation', which includes the nationalization of all sectors of the economy and the return' of companies owned by foreign investors...
Topics Orphan children attend a class at an orphanage in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don, December 19, 2012. For months, life for Ann and Kurt Suhs has been a whirlwind of assembling documents, getting fingerprinted and scheduling
Kirill P., age 6, from Rostov in the south hazel eyes, brown hair wears a sweatshirt with dragons on it and is described simply as sociable. Angelina F., 16 months, from Khabarovsk in the Far East gray eyes, brown hair is actively developing an