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Russian Weapons Go to Syria and Venezuela

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 618/  (Aug 25, 2007 | post #1)

Swiss Tourist Tragic Death in Russian North

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 508/ A tragic accident took place at a Russian nuclear-powered ice-breaker.  (Aug 8, 2007 | post #1)

Religion

Priest Sprinkles Bridge-Killer with Holy Water

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 485/ Isn`t that stupid?  (Aug 6, 2007 | post #1)

Activism

Orthodox activists rebel over metro station`s name

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 364/  (Jul 18, 2007 | post #1)

Medicine

Moscow metro causes pimples

http://www.russia- ic.com/travel/idea s/528/ Metro in Moscow teems with bacteria  (Jul 18, 2007 | post #1)

Air Accidents

Airbus may face a suit over air catastrophe in Irkutsk

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 341/ Families of air catastrophe victims may file a suit against Airbus  (Jul 13, 2007 | post #1)

Islam

Chechen Republic wants to become travel paradise

Erm... This thread actually isn`t one of humour. I agree with you on the point about the poor conditions of Chechnya and seriously doubt that anyone completely rational would ever want to go there, but this news is about what Chechen president said in an official speech. I don`t think he was joking. Although his words may seem absurd.  (Jul 13, 2007 | post #6)

Orthodox Church

Orthodox want to impose the Bible on Russian hotels

American democratic freedoms are new to Russia, that`s right (American democracy differs from European). Personally i do not think that religious attributes in secular organizations are a sign of democracy. Why only religious attributes must be there? And why only for Christians? What if i`m muslim? I see it as discrimination of the other religious minorities, because why the hell only Christians must have the right to read their sacred books in hotels? If you are Christian and don`t carry the Bible with you, members of other confessions also may leave their books at home. As for my belief (if you`re asking), i do not belong to any confession and do not attend any religious organizations, but as you can see this hasn`t influenced my opinion that all believers must be treated equally and have equal opportunities in hotels and other organizations. P.S. Sorry if i sound rude or arrogant, it`s not because i want to offense someone.  (Jul 13, 2007 | post #7)

Orthodox Church

Orthodox want to impose the Bible on Russian hotels

In my opinion democracy is when any hotel guest, of any religion, has an option of what book to read in their room, but not just imposing Christianity to all. Purely religious people always have a Bible with them.  (Jul 11, 2007 | post #5)

Islam

Chechen Republic wants to become travel paradise

What is PHD? Pardon my ignorance :)  (Jul 11, 2007 | post #4)

Chechen Republic wants to become travel paradise

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 331/ Would anyone ever go there?  (Jul 11, 2007 | post #1)

Islam

Chechen Republic wants to become travel paradise

http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 331/ A piece of news from Chechnya, the RF.  (Jul 11, 2007 | post #1)

Orthodox Church

Orthodox want to impose the Bible on Russian hotels

To read or not to read is a freedom of choice also.  (Jul 11, 2007 | post #3)

Preved-Medved becomes a symbol of Russia

website in English WOW Russia created for foreign tourists has recently appeared on the Internet. In a funny manner it provides an overview of the main stereotypes about Russia that foreigners have. Full news http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 324/  (Jul 10, 2007 | post #1)

Orthodox Church

Orthodox want to impose the Bible on Russian hotels

The Russian Orthodox Church has come up with an initiative to place the Bible in every hotel room as a gesture of care about religious feelings of travellers. Here emerges the question as to what to do with religious feelings of non-Christian hotel guests? Read full news http://www.russia- ic.com/news/show/4 321/  (Jul 10, 2007 | post #1)

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